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Allardyce: Klopp can moan all he wants, it was a penalty

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James Milner of Liverpool warm up during a Liverpool FC training session at Melwood Training Ground

Klopp says that teams have to find the balance between enjoying themselves and respecting their opponents.

"[Klopp can] moan all he wants, it's a penalty".

Klopp's cantankerous mood did not improve in his press conference later when his request for a show of hands from those who disagreed with him was met with the majority of the room responding.

"I would give the same interview now".

"You look in the eyes of the journalists and you see they're not interested in what you feel, and I know that already, but sometimes it feels not too cool and that's why I reacted the way I did".

When asking the assorted reporters whether or not they believed the penalty decision was the correct one, nearly every journalist raised their hand to confirm that they did, which was clearly not the response the German coach was hoping for. I'm no actor, I can't act differently. I don't like it but I am pretty sure I can not change it because I felt like this in this moment and I am not an actor, I can not act differently.

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"We were disappointed that in possession we were extremely poor, especially in the first half, so I had to make two changes and change the shape".

"But meanwhile I can keep myself that calm that nothing serious happens in situations like this". "I don't think it was a penalty". It's just an interview.

Despite Jurgen Klopp's surprise decision to leave both Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino out of his side's starting lineup, it was the home side who came out of the blocks firmly on the front foot this afternoon, immediately pushing their bitter rivals back from the first whistle. Only Manchester United in 2002 have made more in Premier League history at this stage of the campaign. Then you open the door for them like this.

He added: 'They had three shots on target, we had two.

"And I think he's absolutely right". "That is not likely".

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