"This group obviously stays exciting until the end, I think that was clear from the draw", added Klopp.
Shaqiri and Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka were fined £7,600 by Federation Internationale de Football Association for celebrating World Cup goals against Serbia in front of opposition fans with the Albanian crossed-hands Eagle symbol.
Liverpool travel to Belgrade for the return with Red Star in two weeks, knowing that another three points in the Serbian capital will go a long way to helping them seal qualification for the knockout phase of the competition.
Well, it's believed it relates to the gesture Shaqiri made at the World Cup when he scored for Switzerland against Serbia.
And that angered Serbs due to the tensions between Kosovo's Albanian and Serb communities culminated in the Kosovo war of 1998-99.
The Egypt worldwide scored a brace as Liverpool earned a 4-0 victory over the Serbian side which puts them in the first spot in their UEFA Champions League group.
Shaqiri starred for Liverpool against Red Star on Wednesday, as his side recorded a comprehensive 4-0 victory at Anfield. "It was like he was involved in everything and he is just a really nice footballer", said the German.
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"I've seen him lots of times and his play is still very, very good. I'm very proud about that and I hope to keep scoring to help the team win games", said the Egyptian with his trademark smile, speaking to BT Sports following the final whistle.
"The 4-3-3 is more focused on pressing, and we played with this formation for basically the whole of last season".
"I think I have the quality and vision to give good passes and you can see today that I wanted to give another good performance".
Salah ended a four-game goal drought with the victor at Huddersfield on Saturday and looked more like his old self in scoring either side of half-time. "The most important thing is to win as a team and it was brilliant from everyone".
"Sometimes these games are a grind for Liverpool".