The goal sparked pandemonium inside the stadium.
A number of Liverpool’s coaching staff hurtled down the touchline to engulf Origi in front of The Kop, while plumes of blue smoke billowed out of the Anfield Road end after a flare had been set off.
Jurgen Klopp apologised for his exuberant celebrations after racing onto the pitch following Divock Origi’s dramatic late winner.
The Liverpool manager sprinted 40 yards from his technical area to leap onto goalkeeper Alisson Becker after substitute Origi had scored the most remarkable goal, profiting from an inexplicable error by Everton No1 Jordan Pickford.
Pickford was distraught when he left Anfield but did not shirk his duties and faced up to the moment he tipped Virgil Van Dijk’s sliced volley into the path of Origi, who was making his first Premier League appearance of the season.