Mohamed Salah, celebrated in song as the Egyptian King, joined Premier League royalty in the record books.
The sides' last meeting on Merseyside was a classic, Liverpool triumphing 4-3 at Anfield in January.
"Similar thing, by the time he realises, it's far too late again".
Turning these potential disasters into narrow victories is something this Liverpool squad has been demonstrating more and more under Klopp. "It was a very cool finish and long may that form continue", Klopp said. Since then, they have won seven straight matches including the 3-0 win over Arsenal in the League Cup final.
Leicester had Wilfried Ndidi sent off for two bookings before Jamie Vardy grabbed the visitors' second in injury time.
"It's absolutely bad, but we don't know exactly what it is yet".
"Actually that was clear before, but they are the favourites". But they are the favourites.
His heroics are not confined to Liverpool either, he is of course a national hero in his native Egypt, where the whole country tunes in to watch him play in the Premier League. We hope it won't be that serious.
And nothing less than that full commitment will be required if Liverpool want to best City and advance to the Champions League semi-finals.
Mohamed Salah completed Liverpool's comeback six minutes from time with his 29th league goal of the season, firing home with his less favoured right foot.
Also, he is in the race to emerge as top scorer in England which will see him clinch the Golden Boot as he sits five goals ahead of Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane.
"I nearly had a heart attack [when he took it]", Klopp added. With the goal, Salah moved into a tie with Robin van Persie and Cristiano Ronaldo for scoring in the most EPL matches in a single season (21).
"I think it is great motivation for the lads and our players to show they are as good as anyone else and if they can beat them then I think we have a good chance to go all the way". The result is, most of the time, the consequence of what you have done.
"Did you see it?" Germany in 1990 didn't celebrate the World Cup like this! Brighton striker Glenn Murray saw his penalty saved by Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel and Vicente Iborra headed home in the 83rd minute. "Yes, that was really pressure!"