Liverpool were held to a score draw on their first Champions League group match since 2014.
After Saturday’s 5-0 defeat to Manchester City, Liverpool were desperate to make amends.
But it was a terrible start from Klopp’s side as Wissam Ben Yedder opened the scoring for the visitors after just five minutes.
Goals from Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah flipped the score-line, although the former missed a penalty just before half-time.
Liverpool were on top for the majority of the second half and missed several guilt-edge chances and were punished on 72 minutes when Joaquin Correa equalised with Joe Gomez being shown a second yellow card in stoppage time.
But things were getting heated on the touchline between Klopp and Eduardo Berizzo with the Sevilla coach throwing the ball away to stop Liverpool taking a throw.
The second time led to Berizzo being sent to the stands and, before being led down the tunnel by a policeman, he attempted to speak with Klopp who turned his back on the Sevilla…