There are also rumors swirling regarding Coutinho's future at the club with Barcelona reported to have bid around $120 million.
"They didn't create too much with the ball but of course they scored two goals and in a specific situation where everyone will say, "Oh, it was a set-piece", Klopp said.
"As a manager of a football club, I have bosses".
We all know Barcelona have made their interests known after Neymar departed for Paris, but Liverpool have remained stubborn in their approach to not wanting to sell him. "I am responsible for the whole team, all the players, so I need to be focused on the players who are available".
"I can't say anything about it, the only thing is I work with the players I have".
"I think it's a fair result". I didn't make the decision.
Fenway Sports Group released a statement on Friday insisting the player was not for sale at any price and Coutinho responded by making a formal transfer request.
Coutinho however, issued a transfer request.
After Arsenal's dramatic 4-3 win over Leicester opened proceedings on Friday night, Watford and Liverpool played out another thriller on Saturday lunchtime in the second match of the 2017/18 campaign.
"I'm not fed up talking about it", Klopp told a news conference.
The source said that Coutinho will not be sold and that Liverpool consider the matter closed, and the club's owners have now backed that stance up in a statement. One problem with Liverpool's attempts to buy the Napoli star is the Italian club's participation in the Champions League playoff round.
Liverpool levelled on the half hour mark with their first real attack of the game, when Sadio Mane combined brilliantly with Alberto Moreno and Emre Can before firing past Heurelho Gomes. "Hard to accept. But we know we can do better and we have to do better". "At this moment I am just concentrating on my team".
Serving an FA ban due to his misconduct charge with relation to betting, a club-less Barton was speaking to Talksport radio today ahead of Liverpool's opening Premier League fixture against Watford.