Ahead of Sunday's Merseyside derby, Liverpool have already endured a busy week.
Jurgen Klopp apologised for racing onto the pitch amid scenes of ecstasy after Liverpool's freak late victor against Everton at Anfield kept them on the coat-tails of Premier League pacesetters Manchester City.
And the Liverpool manager accepted he overstepped the mark in a post-match interview with BBC Sport.
"I would like to think that Jurgen Klopp will get into trouble for that", Mills said.
CLIVE BRUNSKILL GETTY IMAGESEverton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford was livid after letting in the winner for Liverpool in bizarre circumstances
"I didn't want to be disrespectful but I couldn't stop myself".
"My respect to Everton could not be bigger after that game".
Silva, whose team last won at Anfield in 1999, said the result was unjust but he played down the significance of Klopp's celebrations. We had a formation for second balls, which is pretty rare in a situation like that because everybody wants to be in the box, wants to be the one who scores. It was a long and open game. I think we were [lacking] with the [final] decision but we did really well and we didn't deserve this result.
That is why every point counts, but the value of Origi's goal will mean much more than three points to Klopp and his players.
"Not often, it happens from time to time but not very often", he added.
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Klopp's side are unbeaten in the league this season, but are precariously positioned in their Champions League group, needing a win from their final game against Napoli to ensure progression.
In defence of Allardyce, the former England manager was tasked with keeping Everton up and he did just that, but there was precious little flair or entertainment on offer at Goodison Park last season.
"Everyone is devastated and silent", said Keane. "We are consoling Jordan".
"But we got it and we will take it". We had our chances and came close.
Lets keep our peckers up, Jordan will be sicker than all of us tonight, us loyal fans will back him to the hilt, not like them bastards with Karius!
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Everton made six new signings in the summer, as well as appointing a new manager in Marco Silva, and the freshness was evident against Liverpool until the late, cruel victor conceded by the home side.
"We have got a great squad mentality, it's a fairly new side and we have all came in really well".
"We have proved we are capable of matching any team on our day".
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