Liverpool have won 14, drawn three and lost only one of their games in all competitions this season, though that winning habit and squad depth will be severely examined after the worldwide break.
"That worked pretty well sometimes and we could have scored more often".
It's 18 months since Seán suffered life-changing injuries due to an unprovoked attack before Liverpool's Champions League semi-final against Roma.
"Sadio is not a diver". But it went 1-1 and then it got tricky. "I am sure that the mentality of the players will be better tomorrow, and I hope the coach will be too".
Signs for Man City to exploit?"I really want to talk about Genk".
Despite the magnitude of Sunday's match at Anfield, Klopp has no concerns his players will be distracted against Genk.
As all Newcastle fans know, there are no guarantees when you bring in strikers from Europe who haven't played in the Premier League before.
Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp to BT Sport: "We didn't finish our situations in the way we could have done".
"The story we have written over the last three years is only possible because we always focus on the next game".
The Reds may have ended up winning 2-1 in their Champions League clash, but Klopp was reportedly impressed with Berge.
The Merseyside outfit have a much stronger team than KRC Genk and are expected to pick up all three points them at home easily.
The Reds are unbeaten in all competitions at Anfield this season ahead of the visit of the Belgian side.
Klopp's side had several chances to extend their lead but lacked the killer touch in front of goal with Mohamed Salah below his usual level of sharpness, wasting a good chance by blasting wide after another slip-up from Dewaest.
"We lost as a group, although we played a good game, but in the end we lost the game so my goal is not so important". It's not the biggest problem to have.
"The most important thing; we won and nobody is injured".