The Reds maintained their good begin to the season on Saturday with a 2-1 victory however Klopp was nonetheless livid after the match as a result of Choudhury’s problem on Mohamed Salah.
Salah was pressured off throughout stoppage time following a late tackle from Choudhury and a fuming Klopp stated the Leicester midfielder wanted to ‘calm down’.
Asked about Klopp’s feedback, Foxes boss Rodgers stated: ‘I don’t suppose it was a very unhealthy problem.
‘Mo Salah is coming inside at speed and there’s a conflict in fact. With the emotion of the sport at the moment, it might sound worse than it was.
‘He [Choudhury] was just trying to get back into position. Mo cut across him and there’s a collision. He’s an sincere boy.
‘He makes challenges, he’s aggressive however I don’t suppose there was something malicious in it in any respect.’
Liverpool gave the impression to be set to drop factors for the primary time within the Premier League this season when James Maddison cancelled out Sadio Mane’s first-half opener at Anfield.
But Mane gained a stoppage-time penalty and James Milner held his nerve to transform from the spot as Champions League holders Liverpool clinched one other win.
Klopp stated after the match: ‘It was a super game. We upped the tempo. The football we played was so important. Leicester’s purpose actually stopped us however then we needed to go forwards.
‘The penalty was clearly a penalty. We knew it will in all probability occur, we knew we have been going to combat for the win – and we did.
‘Without luck, we cannot win the amount of games we have won, but over the 90 minutes we deserved it – we deserved the three points.’