JURGEN KLOPP will not be punished by Uefa for his criticism of referee Szymon Marciniak.
The Liverpool boss was furious with a number of decisions made by the Polish official during the 2-1 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.
Afp or licensors5 Jurgen Klopp was not happy with the amount of interruptions in the match
But the only disciplinary action from Wednesday's clash will come against PSG for the use of fireworks at Parc des Princes.
Klopp was unhappy that Marco Verratti only received a yellow card for a reckless studs-up challenge on Joe Gomez.
He believed his side deserved a penalty on the brink of half-time and he was infuriated with Neymar's antics throughout the match.
Under FA rules, the post-match comments would have been enough to land Klopp with a fine and a potential touchline ban.
Reuters5 Jurgen Klopp was furious after the devastating defeat to PSG
But Uefa regulations are not so strict and there are no automatic punishments for this kind of conduct.
Arsene Wenger received a three-match ban in 2012 for accusing Damir Skomina of "giving too many free-kicks for AC Milan."
But the German boss will not be punished and Uefa will not investigate the case any further.
Klopp complained about the number of interruptions in Wednesday's clash at Parc des Princes.
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Getty – Contributor5 Referee Syzmon Marciniak was slated by the Premier League boss
AP:Associated Press5 Jurgen Klopp slated Neymar for diving throughout the Champions League clash
He said: "A little hurdle was the 5000,000 interruptions in the second half and the referee still thinks he did everything right.
"We are the fairest team in England, but tonight we looked like butchers.
"They were always down and it looked like we used elbows. It was smart if you want, the ref let that happen."
Klopp will be on the sidelines for the highly anticipated crunch clash against Napoli at Anfield in two weeks time.
Getty – Contributor5 Marco Verratti only received a yellow card for a dangerous challenge on Joe Gomez