While some have criticised the decision on social media, it's clear what Jurgen Klopp is trying to do at Anfield.
The German manager has commented a number of times on his surprise that the match-going Liverpool fans have so little belief in their team to secure a result after going behind, so by making a point and celebrating the result in front of The Kop, Klopp is trying to bring the fans closer to the players.
Divock Origi scored a late equaliser to save Liverpool a point at home to West Brom on Sunday evening, and afterwords Jurgen Klopp ordered his players over to The Kop to celebrate the feat.
Class from Klopp in front of the Kop #LFC https://t.co/4jbQIW5Pw3
— Sean Bradbury (@seanbrad2) December 13, 2015
It was well received by the Liverpool fans.
However, can you imagine the reaction if Brendan Rodgers did that? Of course, he wouldn't have, because it happened purely because of the positivity that Klopp exudes, but still, just imagine.