Pep Guardiola has come out in support of Jurgen Klopp after the Liverpool manager found himself in the midst of a controversy accusing him of showing disrespect to Everton.
A Jordan Pickford howler allowed Divock Origi to pounce on a loose ball and he made no mistake in heading it home to send the Anfield crowd erupted into wild celebrations.
Klopp who is known for his passionate celebration went into the middle of the pitch celebrating the goal and hugged Liverpool custodian Alisson to celebrate the moment.
Later after the game, the German manager apologized but the FA have now charged the gaffer for misconduct. Guardiola insists he did a similar type of celebration against Southampton last season.
“I am not happy about that but there are a lot of emotion.
“I know when I did it I was not happy to have done it.
“Sometimes it is an emotional game – everything happens in you mind. I talk for my side, you have to be respectful for the other ones.”
“When you win you are a huge personality, when you lose it’s a lack of respect,
“When you lose you are a bad guy and when you win everything is acceptable. We live in a world where everyone judges the winners and it’s just that we win. That’s what it is.”