Klopp then took a seat for his post-match press conference but he clearly hadn't calmed and carried his frustration into his meeting with the media.
Everton captain Wayne Rooney equalised from the penalty spot in a Merseyside derby that ended 1-1 at Anfield on Sunday and left Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp fuming. "He owed me that because I'd put a few on a plate for him so it was a nice moment for Luis and that's the type of player he is, unselfish".
"I'm quite looking forward to seeing how Everton handle them three because I wouldn't want to play against them", he concluded.
"I'd be saying: "What [are] you doing?"
Klopp said Lovren had not even made a challenge.
One man who, somewhat unsurprisingly, didn't agree with the decision, however, was Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, who simply claimed that 'I don't think it was a penalty'.
"I told the referee I didn't understand this".
He later apologised, adding: "There are greater catastrophes on this planet than getting a point after a game like this but it feels not too good". We can't talk about tomorrow's game against Everton without talking about past memorable games, and the Derbies we remember most fondly (or acrimoniously).
'It's an extremely courageous decision to give that for us in a derby at Anfield and the referee got it right'.
"Twelve goals in two games they've scored and a brilliant goal today from Salah to get 1-0 up".
"Our defensive shape as a team was extremely good today and stopped one of the most fluent, attacking goalscoring sides probably in Europe", said the former England manager.
For Liverpool, the draw will feel like a loss, especially since they knew that if the beat the Tofees, they could have leapfrogged third-placed Chelsea, who lost their game against West Ham United on Saturday.