Jurgen Klopp’s men took dropped two points at Anfield, in a game with many twists. Reds took the lead, but until the last minute of regular time it was West Bromwich who was closer to win. Still Origi took an advantage of 8 additional minutes as he managed to score an equalizer and thus saving his team from any blushes.
Sometimes with me it is like this, do with it what you want. Usually I shake hands, usually. I did not today because it was not a friendly game. Everybody saw it but I wish him all the best, all the best.”
“We played good, we created chances (but) we got two set plays (against us). I don’t know how many percent of goals against us our set plays. We concede goals from set plays (and) it feels like 98 percent. We defended well, everything was good (and) creating chances is not easy against a team like this especially when you play Thursday (in the Europa League) and Sunday. You play against an opponent, they play long balls all the time. They only want set plays, free kicks so it was really, really hard. Maybe the crowd was disappointed but they didn’t let us feel it. We were all in the game, we were all concentrated to get this one point at the end and it felt like three. I know it’s only one but it felt like three and in this moment there was an explosion (of emotion). It was the best atmosphere since I have been here and in the end I only wanted to (celebrate with the fans). I don’t know if this is normal in England but I want to say thank you (to the fans).”