Klopp sorry for losing it after Merseyside derby victor

Fabinho sees no reason to leave Liverpool for Paris Saint-Germain

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For Origi, whose derby appearance in April 2016 saw him suffer a career-threatening ankle injury before he was forced to spend last season on loan with Wolfsburg, it was a particularly sweet goal.

"My respect to Everton could not be bigger after that game".

The City manager said: "I did it against Southampton". However, when they go to Palace and get beat like they did it sort of makes sense.

"His name could've been right up there with those great attackers but I think the same is with Van Dijk also". We are so delighted with what he's done in three years but he can do better. "I apologised immediately after to Marco Silva, I didn't want to be disrespectful". I don't know how those two guys cleared that situation.

"We have proved we are capable of matching any team on our day".

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Yet Liverpool, predictably, looked in the mood to continue a record that has seen them unbeaten in this home fixture for 19 years. Salah, looking to score for a third consecutive league game, curled a shot just wide from 20 yards and Sadio Mane chased onto a Firmino through ball that Seamus Coleman failed to deal with, only to slide his shot wide. That is the positive we have to take. Proud to be an Evertonian as always. We knew how strong they were but today they were outstandingly strong and hard with the way they played. We wanted to show that by bringing strikers on.

"First of all I have to apologise for my run", he said. But Marco Silva introduced young winger Ademola Lookman off the Everton bench and his side's attacking threat instantly improved.

In his latest comments he is lapping up the irony of Everton players spending the entire second half time-wasting, then only to see a huge amount of time added on. When Lookman has the ball at his feet you get the feeling anything can happen, and I hope we keep hold onto him and see him flourish.

Watford are 10th in the table and without a win in four games but Guardiola feels they are in good hands in fellow Spaniard Javi Gracia, who signed a new long-term contract at Vicarage Road last week.

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