Liverpool fans sent a warm message of support to their German goalkeeper, Loris Karius, at his first appearance at Anfield since the UEFA Champions League Final in May.
In the second half at Anfield, midfielders Fabinho - who missed an early penalty - and Marko Grujic both filled in as Van Dijk only played 45 minutes, but Klopp is not anxious ahead of Sunday's visit of West Ham.
The Champions League finalists will kick off as second favourites behind Manchester City, and they're seen as the Citizens' main rivals for a reason, as they dished out one of only two City defeats of the Premier League season previous year.
It took them until the hour mark to make their next chance as Sturridge shot straight at Sirigu from a cute Xherdan Shaqiri pass, and Danny Ings was soon denied by a desperate clearance after bringing down a cross from the Swiss signing and squeezing a shot away.
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"I was not surprised, to be honest, but as a human being I was hoping for it, that it would be like this".
Klopp added that the emergence of youngster Nat Phillips helps his injuries concerns.
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And that has left many Liverpool fans thinking they can challenge Manchester City for the Premier League title.
"He was in really good shape so we thought a few minutes tonight would be possible". The only problem I had for the club was that I wanted to get some money: 'Sign a new contract and then we'll sell you!' But that wasn't really realistic, ' Klopp is quoted in the Liverpool Echo.
"It helps not only Loris, but Alisson as well that you can see this very special place".
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In fact, an hour after the game was called off for the day, the sun peeped through the clouds for the first time. England will be without Ben Stokes at Lord's because of the all-rounder's ongoing trial for affray in Bristol.