Videos emerged of Salah dancing during the ceremony without a face mask or socially distancing, with the 28-year-old later testing positive for the novel coronavirus ahead of Egypt's Africa Cup of Nations clash against Togo last week.
Salah is out of Liverpool's match with Premier League leaders Leicester City on Sunday after returning a positive COVID-19 test while on worldwide duty, but Klopp defended the Egypt global, who was pictured celebrating his brother's wedding among other guests.
Klopp said he had to resist the temptation to attend a birthday party when home in Germany over the summer and understands why Salah had to attend the wedding. It was allowed. In other countries there's more social pressure and a brother's wedding is a special moment.
Klopp's preparations for the visit of Brendan Rodgers' side have been disrupted with further injuries to an already depleted squad. "My players are incredibly disciplined". Football players in general were incredibly disciplined.More news: Mnuchin clawback of Fed funds 'deeply irresponsible', Biden team says
"Sometimes it doesn't work out like this and something happens and now we are in the situation we are in". All the rest is between Mo and me.
Trent Alexander-Arnold will be out for another two weeks due to a calf problem, while captain Jordan Henderson will also miss Sunday's clash due to a muscle problem.
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He has been tipped to possibly miss the entire season through injury, but this latest report suggests he could even feature again in 2020/21.
"If someone thinks we will give up before the game because some of our best and very important players are unavailable for a long time then I can not help him. At the moment it hits you but the next moment you are in the solution process".
"We will fight with all we have and that means if the problem becomes bigger you get closer to each other".
"We have to accept the situation and use the situation".More news: UK’s Prince Harry welcomes Princess Diana interview inquiry