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Liverpool boss Klopp upbeat over Henderson 'knock'

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is confident skipper Jordan Henderson's injury isn't serious after victory over Chelsea.

Henderson was substituted and replaced by James Milner after 77 minutes of the contest after picking up a knock to his ankle.

However, Klopp told his post-match press conference he is confident there is no lasting damage for Henderson.

“He got a knock on his ankle, that's pretty much all," the manager said. "He was fine after the game.

"A bit of pain, no problem, [he] didn't twist [it]. It's only painful, not a problem."

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