Divock Origi will have a scan on an ankle injury sustained in Liverpool’s 3-1 win over Newcastle.
Origi was hurt in an early challenge by Newcastle midfielder Miguel Almiron and limped to the bench eight minutes before half-time, before his replacement Roberto Firmino played a major part in Liverpool’s second and third goals.
Klopp said: “Unfortunately Divock twisted his ankle early in the game, and had to come off. We all hope it’s not that serious, or that he could’ve played on, which is hopefully a sign that it’s not that serious. He’s having a scan, he’s in really good shape though and hopefully they’ll find it’s okay.
referees chief Mike Riley admitting this week had missed four major incidents so far this season, and Klopp said he would have expected a review to have overturned the decision on this occasion.