Jurgen Klopp’s press conference on Tuesday was dominated by the events between himself and Paul Tierney, with a potential ban looming for the Liverpool manager. Klopp spoke for more than seven minutes on the topic, clarifying what was said between the two of them and his thoughts on what he said post-match. He admitted that his actions were out of emotion and anger, and that he should not have celebrated the way he did. He also revealed that Tierney had shown him a yellow card and smiled in his face, but that he had expected a red card. Klopp also discussed the conversation he had with Tierney or Howard Webb, and if there was to be a punishment, whether he would fight it or accept it. He concluded by saying that he could not say anything about the situation until they heard back from the FA or the referees.