The German also denied playing a part in the sending-off of Sevilla coach Eduardo Berizzo. "The coach was no problem, but I do not think I had any decision on the referee. I did not ask for it," Klopp said. "The people on their bench thought I was responsible for his red card and did not like me too much."
"What have I done? Why are you shouting?"— BT Sport Football (@btsportfootball) September 13, 2017
Disagreement between Jürgen Klopp and the Sevilla bench after the full time whistle. pic.twitter.com/kskbgH7Fn3
Captain Jordan Henderson defended Firmino, who had scored Liverpool's equaliser in the 21st minute before striking a post with a penalty just before halftime. "Roberto Firmino has scored penalties for us before," he told the broadcaster. "Players will always miss penalties. "We had plenty more chances to score, so we need to be more ruthless and go three or four up. That is football and we have got done."
Klopp: "If nothing happens overnight, Loris Karius will play tomorrow." pic.twitter.com/L9GnOknGpX— Liverpool FC (@LFC) September 12, 2017