Second-half goals from Mohamed Salah, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Roberto Firmino sealed the win for ten-man Liverpool - following Jordan Henderson's sending off - and Klopp praised the manner of his side's display. The FA have the power to request a player who is under investigation for these kind of offences to be handed an interim suspension on grounds that he could be a threat to the game's integrity.
"They did a really good job, and I like this game a lot because it was so hard".
Victory at Vicarage Road means Liverpool have collected more points at this stage of a Premier League season than ever before, eclipsing a previous record of 32 points in 2008-09, much to Klopp's delight.
"I think they were both yellow cards, but things like this happen", Klopp told his post-match press conference.
They struggled badly in the midfield in the first half and by extension of that Jordan Henderson was sent off for two yellow cards in the second - as a effect he will miss next week's Merseyside derby. Klopp's side have now kept 12 clean sheets in their last 18 league games - a measure of the defensive progress there is that they started last season by conceding three at this ground.
"Twice, he was there with a hand".
'It was clear he could be rested and can recover more, and then he is ready for Wednesday again'. It's nothing serious. The only not-so-nice thing is that he can not play against Everton.
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'It was a really mature performance.
"In the game against Fulham, 20 German coaches were in the stadium - I'm not sure how the critics were but when I saw them and we had a drink together, they were saying 'Bobby Firmino!"
'I am really happy about the way [we did it]'. We never controlled games in the manner we do now. "We have another massive game at the weekend". Controlling it, staying that mood, that's positive, it is new for us.
Liverpool remain unbeaten in the league this season and are just two points behind leaders and reigning champions Manchester City.
"You feel City have got the edge with Pep Guardiola because they've got trophies behind them".
"It ended 3-0 and I don't think any Liverpool supporter would have wanted another result or another performance".