The Liverpool manager in his post match interview expressed his concern for the young striker who sustained an ankle injury in the second half of the Merseyside derby from Ramiro Funes Mori and was stretchered off in agony. However, Klopp confirmed that Origi did not break his ankle.
Origi, who only just turned 21, will have a scan to know the extent of his injury.
Klopp said, “Everything is okay – apart from Divock,” he added. “Usually after 4-0 I don’t know how to keep my smile off my face but today is pretty easy.”
“If you told me before the game we would win 4-0 I thought I’d feel different.”
“It is a big shadow on the game to be honest. “Everyone who saw the pictures said maybe it is broken – it is not. We have to wait for a final assessment, it is too early.”