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Klopp was delighted with a point in the end.

Jurgen Klopp's celebration after Liverpool's equaliser was just brilliant

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Liverpool were able to grab a late equaliser in a 3-3 thriller against Arsenal tonight - and one man in particular was more pleased than most. Jurgen Klopp.

The German boss went through the full range of emotions as his side eventually grabbed a point thanks to a late Joe Allen strike as the snow fell over Merseyside.

He watched on as Roberto Firmino bagged a brace to give Liverpool a 2-1 lead, either side of a Aaron Ramsey equalisier - all within the first 20 minutes.

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His mood then took a turn for the worse when goalkeeper Simon Mignolet played his part in Arsenal's equaliser as Olivier Giroud glanced home after 25 minutes to level things up, before the Frenchman's classy finish put the visitors ahead.

It looked like being a frustrating night for the Reds, only for Allen to pop up in the box with time running out, and slot home to earn a much needed point as the race for a top four spot gets serious.

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While Liverpool fans would have loved the goal itself, plenty more will have been impressed by Klopp's typically energetic reaction on the sidelines. Check it out below.

Mysteriously, despite earning a point against an Arsenal side that are top of the table, Klopp cut a downbeat figure in his post-match interview, admitting there were a few things that were 'not good' about his side's efforts.

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