What struck me as completely atypical was that, unlike his usual habit of hugging his players after a game, he was shouting at the Sevilla bench after the final whistle.
"The coach was no problem, but I do not think I had any decision on the referee", explained the German manager, dismissing suggestions that he had any influence over the decision to send Berizzo to the stands.
Liverpool fought back to dominate the game and take the lead by halftime thanks to Roberto Firmino's tap-in in the 21st and Mohamed Salah's deflected shot in the 36th. "I did not ask for it", Klopp said. But more shoddy finishing let them down, and as Sevilla came back into the match, Anfield grew more nervous.
'I know you are always looking for this thing - the defence was always something being talked about: "We didn't sign this or that"'.
Jurgen Klopp's side were impressive going forward against Sevilla, but they were made to pay for wasting their opportunities in the end.
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After failing to make the most of their chances, the hosts were ultimately punished on 72 minutes, with Joaquin Correa producing a fine finish to level the scores.
His return to action is well-timed, as Sadio Mane will be suspended for this match following his red card against Manchester City. "We're disappointed not to take three points", conceded the skipper, knowing full well that a hard job just got that much tougher.
"We need to learn to be dominant and not to give easy goals away".
"We cannot take out the five goals against City but if we could do it, we have played a lot of games with decent defensive performances", he added.
If Liverpool get on a roll when attacking at home, not many can stop them and I can see that happening in this one.