FA indicted Klopp for celebrating a goal against Everton

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The FA blamed Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp for inappropriate behaviour at the end of Sunday’s derby against Everton.

Recall, the Reds managed to snatch the victory in the Merseyside derby only in the last seconds of the stoppage time, when the substitute, Divock Origi, took advantage of the Toffees’ goalkeeper Jordan Pickford mistake – 1:0.

After that, Jurgen Klopp completely lost his control, left his technical zone and ran to the centre of the field to hug with goalkeeper Alisson. After the match, the German apologized for his behaviour.

However, the German specialist cannot get away with mere apologies only. The association felt that Klopp had behaved inappropriately, and now Jurgen has time until Thursday evening to respond to the charges.

Klopp himself apologized for his emotions and admitted that he didn’t want to show disrespect. But he can’t change anything now. He is ready to bear the deserved punishment from the association.

(Reporting by Kovtunov Ilya, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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