Goal understands Klopp will escape a touchline ban for the incident, although he will be fined - with the fee reported to be in the region of £8,000 - and given a warning by the FA over his future conduct.
Jurgen Klopp's wild, confused run onto the Anfield pitch in the aftermath of Divock Origi's hilarious victor against Everton has earned him a fine - the FA have today fined Klopp £8,000 and "warned about his future behaviour".
"My respect to Everton could not be bigger after that game". I thought we were really unlucky not to get a point and could even have won it, if only for a goal line clearance and a weird goal. Last minute, everything happens in your mind, heart and body and sometimes you do that.
"First of all I have to apologise for my run", he said. I didn't want to run to Ali [Alisson], I couldn't stop obviously. It's football. I can not tell you if it was disrespectful because I didn't see it.
"What can I say about it?" I don't know what he did and the way he did it. It was a lucky day for him this afternoon.
"I cannot say it was disrespectful because I didn't see, when I see that moment maybe I can speak more about that situation". I think that's completely normal.
In his latest comments he is lapping up the irony of Everton players spending the entire second half time-wasting, then only to see a huge amount of time added on.
"But I never had a problem to pay a fine". We feel in a good moment.
Origi might have won the game minutes earlier, striking a shot against the bar before Daniel Sturridge's follow-up struck Gylfi Sigurdsson and led to strong penalty claims.