Breaking: Klopp charged with misconduct following derby celebration
Jurgen Klopp has been charged by the Football Association for his celebration against Liverpool's arch rivals, Everton, after they snatched a win in the 96th minute.
The Liverpool manager ran onto the pitch once Divock Origi scored the late goal in the Merseyside derby, as he went on to hug goalkeeper Alisson. Klopp later apologised for his actions, yet he has until 6pm UK time on Thursday to respond to this charge.
In an interview after the match ended, Klopp said "I have to apologise because I didn't want to be disrespectful - but I couldn't stop myself."
Whilst this could have been seen as provocative, Klopp later on went to apologise to his Everton counterpart, Marco Silva, who later said that "I didn't see Klopp's reaction and if we scored that goal and had been so lucky I might have done the same."
Liverpool went on to win the match against Everton in the dying embers of the game, after Pickford failed to deal with a wicked ball from Virgil van Dijk, leaving Divock Origi with the simple task of just nodding it past the English number one.
Many pundits have had their view on the matter, but whilst it may be caused because of pure passion for the match, there are certain rules that have to be abided by, especially when other managers have been charged for far lesser things.