Luis Suarez replies on Instagram after seeing what Jurgen Klopp did last night as he was leaving the tunnel.


The late Luis Suarez of Liverpool has already responded to his former team’s Merseyside Derby victory against bitter rival Everton

With significant ramifications on both ends of the table, it was a pivotal game for both clubs.

Jurgen Klopp’s team prevailed in the end, and Liverpool posted a victory celebration on Instagram after the game.


The Reds entered the contest on the heels of a terrible run of form.

Their European objectives were dangling by a thread, and an immediate response was required.

Everton, on the other side, had recently beaten top-of-the-table Arsenal, a fantastic start to life under Sean Dyche.

However, it was evident that Liverpool was ready for the challenge and swiftly relaxed into the game.

Jamie Carragher
Jamie Carragher

Mohamed Salah and Cody Gakpo goals each side of halftime won the game, although they should have scored a lot more.

Luis Suarez was overjoyed to watch Liverpool defeat their nearest rivals.

After all, during his time at the club, he never lost a Merseyside Derby.

Suarez celebrates Liverpool’s derby victory Liverpool tweeted

Cody Gakpo's training
Cody Gakpo’s training

In his six Merseyside derbies, the Uruguayan scored five goals and supplied four assists.

He’s exactly the type of guy Liverpool needs up front right now, given the club’s lack of a reliable goal scorer.

Gakpo finally scoring will be a huge relief for Klopp and Liverpool fans.

ideo of Jurgen Klopp high-fiving Liverpool fans as he walked down the tunnel.

He was visibly overjoyed after such a long stretch of games without a good showing.

Harvey Elliott is then seen celebrating as he exits the pitch by gifting his shirt to a fan.

Jamie Carragher
Jamie Carragher

Suarez responded to Liverpool’s post, praising Klopp’s efforts and his team’s victory after such an important victory.

Last night, Jamie Carragher compared him to Roberto Firmino in his prime.

He previously stated that he could not believe Klopp approved his deal in January.

Gakpo will be hoping that he can push on now and demonstrate the form that won him a move to Anfield in the first place.


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