The German took to the pitch to celebrate his side's last gasp Merseyside derby victor on Sunday evening, running to hug goalkeeper Alisson Becker, who had started the move that led to the 96th minute header from Divock Origi.
Klopp said: "Immediately after the game I apologised to Marco Silva when we spoke to each other".
With the ball looking as if it might hit the crossbar, the England man pushed the ball upwards and presented Divock Origi with a simple headed finish into an open net to seal a 1-0 win.
"I was feeling good, I kept in shape so in the end, I could do that and it turned out well".
"I don't think anybody thought it's massively wrong, not even the ref - they were probably surprised themselves". All of your colleagues have asked me about the situation but to be honest with you I didn't see it. Pickford was distraught when he left Anfield but did not shirk his duties and faced up to the moment he tipped Virgil Van Dijk's sliced volley into the path of Origi, who was making his first Premier League appearance of the season. It's football. I can not tell you if it was disrespectful because I didn't see it.
He said: "In that moment I didn't see what Jurgen did".
Celebrations such as this one from Klopp are great for the game, regardless of the fact that the losing team will never enjoy them as much as everyone else.
The 25-year-old made a slow start to his career at Anfield, but has now played the last six Premier League games for the Merseyside club.
Silva said klopp didn't apologise no class very proud the way we played they wont win sweet fa under klopp.
Origi might have won the game minutes earlier, striking a shot against the bar before Daniel Sturridge's follow-up struck Gylfi Sigurdsson and led to strong penalty claims.
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"With Robbo, it is not as serious as with Sadio, but we need to have a look".