Fulham battled at Anfield but remain rooted to the bottom of the table after a sixth consecutive Premier League defeat.
The on-loan Sevilla stopper kept the scoreline respectable with a good save from Roberton on 63 minutes, with the Scotsman a constant second-half threat on the overlap but unable to add a goal to his assist after being released by a well-timed Firmino through-ball.
Mohamed Salah capitalized on some quick thinking by Liverpool to maintain his impressive scoring record at Anfield in a 2-0 win over last-place Fulham in the Premier League on Sunday. Instead of being 1-0 up we are 1-0 down.
"In this country normally you can not show disrespect to the referee and this is a problem because it's shown disrespect to my team, myself and Fulham supporters".
"I don't want to say Liverpool didn't deserve to win the game, they created chances and they can score the goal. It's hard to tell", Klopp said.
After an impeccably-observed minute's silence to mark the centenary of the Armistice in World War I, it was Liverpool who started the stronger.
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"It is completely absurd situation that we needed to defend".
Fulham have now conceded two or more goals for the 10th time in 12 matches this season, and almost had to pick the ball out of the back of the net again when Roberto Firmino found Robertson on the counter, but Rico was on hand to keep the score at 2-0.
"So far, Fulham have always had a football-playing idea and today you saw it - after winning the second ball they were on their toes, they played football but with a lot of long build-up, a lot of long situations and Mitrovic did outstandingly well in these situations". It's hard to see for the ref but there's a clear foul on Robbo.
Fulham's sense of injustice will only have been heightened when replays suggested Mitrovic's effort could well have been allowed to stand, with the London club seemingly on the wrong end of the kind of decision that so often goes against teams at the bottom of the table.
"After the internationals we've got really tough games coming up and it's going into the Christmas period - that's a bit tough on the body but we'll all be ready to go and we'll see where we are after that". But before that somebody had held him. "The reaction was brilliant".