Klopp was furious that Pawson awarded a 77th-minute spot-kick for Dejan Lovren's barge into Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Liverpool's Egyptian Premier Mohamed Salah was voted the African Player of the Year 2017 by the BBC online users, reports said on Tuesday.The left-winger of the "Reds" beat Gabonese Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dotmund, Germany), Guinean Naby Keita (Leipzig, Germany), Senegalese Sadio Mane (Liverpool, England) and Nigerian Victor Moses (Chelsea, England).
The Liverpool boss made six changes for Sunday's match with Everton, which they ended up drawing 1-1 after a late Wayne Rooney penalty cancelled out the red hot Mohamed Salah's 19th goal of the season. We can push them through until one is injured and then people say the squad is not deep enough.
Guardiola is setting a standard that nobody can match at present, though. We play it 10 times and we win. It's a big pleasure, to be honest, to work with him'.
"I took Mo Salah off because he felt the hamstring a little bit". Inevitably they want to do something about this, and the something they want to do is buy everyone else's best players, The Guardian said.
And he's promised to take the blame whenever it doesn't pay off.
"We did it in the last six or seven weeks".
'What he has done with the national team as well being able to qualify the country in a very difficult game I think he deserves it'.
He admits the rotation policy stems from trying to avoid a repeat of last January, when Liverpool slipped out of the title race and both domestic cup competitions, and from seeking to maintain a challenge in the Champions League. "We have two injuries in the centre-half position now so it does not give us the opportunity". However, this was more than a reaction to a dubious refereeing decision.
"For us, there is no difference as long as we don't get the information that he's signed for another club, there's nothing to say about it".