Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has had his say on Jurgen Klopp’s on-field celebration.

Hodgson saidd you wouldn’t see him celebrating in similar vain but stopped at criticising the Liverpool manager.

Klopp has been condemned for running on to the pitch after his side scored a 96th minute winner over arch-rivals Everton in Sunday’s Merseyside derby.

“I won’t be doing it as I’m not that fast,” joked Hodgson.

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“The obvious things have all been said. It’s in the heat of moment, it’s not planned on Jurgen Klopp’s part, but it’s obviously seen as disrespectful to the opposing manager. (Marco Silva)”

Hodgson said that in hindsight Klopp would regret his actions but that you can’t control emotions in a game of such high importance and passion.

“It’s not always easy to take that step back. I’m afraid reactions are spontaneous, and unfortunately a spontaneous reaction will be criticised by people in the cold light of day, after the game.

“We don’t see the match in the cold light of day though.”

“But I have to say, if you see a reaction that is not a correct reaction I’m afraid you have to accept and be criticised for it because you may not have a good logical reason why you did it.”

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Klopp apologised immediately after incident and has accepted the charge by the FA and has since been fined £8,000.

"I have to apologise because I didn't want to be disrespectful - but I couldn't stop myself," Klopp said.

Hodgson was speaking ahead of his side’s visit to Brighton on Tuesday evening.

Palace go to the game with no new injury concerns after the 2-0 home win over Burnley on Saturday.