Klopp clearly enjoyed his first Merseyside derby, but admitted the comfortable victory had a shadow over it due to Divock Origi‘s injury sustained early in the second half after a woeful challenge from Funes Mori for which the defender saw red.
Klopp explained that Origi did not have a broken ankle, but that we’ll have to wait to find out whether he has ligament damage – which would mean the end of his season.
On the second half and Liverpool’s dominance, Klopp said: “There was no real fight any more. That is not usual. There have been a lot more intensive derbies for sure and there will be a lot more intensive derbies.”