With him being within arm's reach of the goal, Origi made no mistake as he scored the goal and eventual victor for the Reds much to the dismay of the Toffees.
"I have to apologise because I didn't want to be disrespectful - but I couldn't stop myself", Klopp said, per BBC Sport.
Liverpool were beginning to dominate even more than had been in the case in the first half, Salah, yet again, creating an opening as he passed back to the edge of the area for Mane to miss the target.
'He [Jurgen Klopp] did not give a lot of explanations, but in training I talked so I would not be discouraged and concentrate on work, without lowering my head, [I knew] the opportunities could come in, ' Fabinho told UOL. "I didn't see any disrespect", he said. And I have no problem, how we all do, to make mistakes.
"Very intense game and obviously a much nicer finish for us". I don't want to pick out individual performances because I thought we played really well as a team.
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Looking forward to the Newcastle game. That is the positive we have to take.
"So it was always in my mind about Div that night (against Everton)".
We played well today, a content style that I have not seen us play for many a year, at Anfield especially, a freak goal has undone us which was a sickener. We wanted to show that by bringing strikers on. All seem to get along and we have some quality players who are capable of competing and getting results against the best.
"We went to a top team away from home and conceded late". It shocked me the other day when Jeff Stelling said on Soccer Saturday that Burnley were the favourites for relegation.
Cruel, but I do hope that Silva will start Lookman over Walcott. The midfielder went down injured during injury time and the extra time added on helped the Reds' cause.
Watford are 10th in the table and without a win in four games but Guardiola feels they are in good hands in fellow Spaniard Javi Gracia, who signed a new long-term contract at Vicarage Road last week.