Liverpool were held by West Brom on a frustrating afternoon for the champions at Anfield.
The Reds were widely expected to beat Albion, who were under the guidance of Sam Allardyce for just the second time.
West Brom's tall task looked like 'Mission Impossible, when Liverpool went 1-0 up through Sadio Mane in the first-half.
However, the former England manager coaxed a comeback in the second period, culminating with Semi Ajayi scoring a late header.
Jurgen Klopp admitted that the visitors deserved a point for their steely display, but that didn't stop fans on social media poking fun at the German.
Back in 2015, Klopp ordered his Liverpool players to celebrate in front of the Kop after securing a late draw against the Baggies.
Subsequently, he revealed that he asked his squad to thank the Liverpool faithful for their support during a difficult encounter.
"It was the best atmosphere since I came here," Klopp told the Evening Standard.
"Of course people are disappointed but they didn't let us feel that. They saw that the lads tried everything and played football.
"We stayed in the game, had a few moments where we not so good, but only set plays that cost us.
"If we can do that better then maybe win games more easily."
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That explanation wasn't enough for some however, with a number of rival fans goading Klopp for the infamous post-match celebrations.
“Hang on they’ve just drew against West Brom at Anfield and didn’t go over to celebrate with the crowd? Standards slipping,” one fan joked.
Another said: “Sad not to see klopp and the rest of the Liverpool team celebrating the draw”.
“Wonder if we will see Klopp celebrating this 1-1 draw with West Brom again,” a third suggested.
“Big Klopp must be in foul form because he didn’t even celebrate with the few fans,” a fourth posted.
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