Jurgen Klopp has discovered that he will be fined £8,000 and warned about his future conduct after his reaction to Liverpool’s incredible late winner in the Merseyside derby on Sunday.
Klopp ran into the middle of the pitch to hug goalkeeper Alisson after Divock Origi’s crazy 96th-minute goal sealed a 1-0 win over Everton at Anfield.
While his reaction was certainly understandable, the German also understands his punishment.
“What can I say about it? I didn't want to run," Klopp said, per the Liverpool Echo.
"It was not in my plan. I didn't want to run to Ali, I couldn't stop obviously. Not cool, but it happened.
"It shouldn't happen but it happened. If I could describe it, probably I could control it.”
And now, thanks to Liverpool’s ‘Tunnel Cam’ footage has emerged of Klopp’s full reaction to Origi’s goal.
The footage shows Virgil van Dijk slice the ball into the air as Klopp looks on.
Then, as Jordan Pickford failed to deal with it and Origi nods the ball home, Klopp sets off.
There’s no hesitation, no look at the referee or assistant referee for confirmation that the goal has been given. Instead, he runs straight to Alisson for a mid-air hug with his goalkeeper.
The footage also shows how the German attempts to calm down his players after returning to the touchline - although they don’t appear to be listening.
He then looks at the stadium and holds his head in disbelief.
WATCH: KLOPP'S FULL REACTION TO ORIGI GOAL
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Premier League managers were all asked about Klopp’s celebration during their press conferences on Tuesday and the response from Everton boss Marco Silva was rather interesting.
Despite being on the receiving end of a devastating injury-time winner, Silva didn’t think Klopp should have been punished for his reaction.
"In that moment I didn't see what Jurgen did. Of course, it's a moment of happiness for him and not for me," Silva said, per Sky Sports.
"Now I've seen it and for me it's not a matter. It's the emotion of the game, it's a normal situation. He's celebrating.
"If you ask me, I think he shouldn't (have been fined) but the FA has to decide what the rules are.
"In that moment, the coach or manager cannot be thinking of fines or not. It's the moment where it's possible to celebrate.”