Klopp certainly seems to be showing the strain when he faced the media after today's clash at St James' Park. But still, we have a point at Newcastle.
The reporter suggested that it was a fair result which drew this retort from the fiery German: "Really?" "Against a team like Liverpool you have to be happy", he said. We have different opinions! We talk about how to create more. The Magpies may not have the talent to match Liverpool, but I think the crowd will get them a point. "I don't know what he has to do - pull the shirt off him?"
"Did Newcastle make a chance on the counter attack?" I recently visited Newcastle and I fell in love with what I saw of the city and its people.
Klopp added that he and his players must "accept what happened and move on", so it's probably a good job the Liverpool boss doesn't have a Twitter account.
"If you see the points and see we are a promoted team then we are pleased, but against Huddersfield and Brighton we could have done something more", he said.
"It makes no sense to criticise finishing, it's about creating".
Newcastle will be hosting Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday and when asked if he had ever considered going back, the 57-year-old refused to rule it out.
But the playmaker netted his third goal in three games since returning to the side with a stunning 25-yard strike to put Liverpool ahead. Manchester United had around £50m more every year and then came Chelsea so you were up against massive clubs with massive amounts of money'. "When I left, it was £17 million ($29 million), but still people said I must win the title, I must compete", Benitez said.