Mane was fortunate to avoid a second booking for a blatant handball in the second half before they had taken the lead at Selhurst Park, and Palace's Martin Kelly - once of Liverpool - felt his opponent should have been sent off.
"We knew coming here would be hard, I thought the lads reacted brilliantly to grind out a result".
Still, with Guardiola's men all-but-confirmed as champions - they can clinch the title next weekend by beating Manchester United - Klopp is well aware of the scale of the task facing his team.
Salah, in the midst of an incredible debut season at Liverpool, proved the match victor as he smashed home in the 84th minute. We want to give him more assists.
He said: "We will see about Sergio".
"Well I think the decision is whether it is clear and obvious and for me, it is not a clear and obvious error anyway", Gallagher said.
"To score goals away is so important and we are going to try, but we can not deny three people running up front, plus Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the middle, plus set-pieces with Virgil van Dijk".
"I almost had a heart attack [when he took it]", Klopp added. With his side 2-0 down, Sane's header went in off the post to pull them back into the game and kickstart what might have been a brilliant comeback.
"The best thing was how Egypt celebrated getting the penalty", Klopp told The Independent.
"I think not because when you see it, it is so obvious that the little touch has not put him on the ground and he has thrown himself in the air".
"But if you watch the situation, Neil has gone to the point, Mane goes out the back door and he gets lost". He was still a shoo-in to go to the upcoming World Cup, though, but now that dream may be over. They only got the penalty and then they thought. somebody has to shoot. "That was real pressure".