Meanwhile, the Liverpool boss has claimed that he knew his side would beat Newcastle and keep their title dream alive on Saturday because “It’s destiny.”
Divock Origi came from the bench to send Liverpool back to the top of the table above rivals Man City with a controversial 86th-minute header.
Klopp added, “I was calm because I thought it’s destiny, the boys try everything and you just have to try it, we were aggressive, we tried to push.
“It’s brilliant, so deserved, it was a tough game against a physically stronger team than us. We had to fight, I couldn’t be more proud.
“Divock’s goal was so crucial. What can I say it is just brilliant. It is like fairytale.”