FA takes action against Liverpool manager Klopp after dramatic win

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Klopp responded to Divock Origi's header by running to the centre circle and celebrating with Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson.

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.

The German ran on to the pitch in wild celebration of Divock Origi's 96th-minute victor at Anfield and later apologised to his Everton counterpart Marco Silva.

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.

The Reds only have two days to recover before they face Burnley tomorrow night at Turf Moor as they try to keep pace with Man City at the top of the Premier League table.

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.

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