Post-match injury update on Divock Origi
Liverpool must wait for an assessment to reveal the extent of Divock Origi's injury but Jürgen Klopp was able to confirm that the striker has not suffered a broken ankle.
The No.27, who opened the scoring in the 4-0 victory over Everton at Anfield on Wednesday night, had to be substituted early in the second half following a challenge by Ramiro Funes Mori which saw the defender sent off.
Klopp said at his post-match press conference: “I haven’t seen [the tackle] until now. I didn’t see the television pictures. It’s a big shadow on the game, to be honest.
“Usually if you tell me before the game we will win 4-0, I would feel different. But now we can talk about the game and this situation – we have to wait for a final assessment. It’s absolutely too early.
“When I came in, everybody who saw the pictures thought maybe it’s broken. It’s not.
“I went to Divock in the medical room and I saw him smiling. The ankle is twisted so we have to wait to see what happens to the ligaments. That’s how it is. I can’t say more.”