'What a game. What an opponent'
Klopp said he had to catch his breath after a stunning match which was played at a near-empty Anfield because of the coronavirus pandemic.
"What a game, what an opponent, what a performance from both teams. A proper spectacle, I loved that," beamed the German afterwards.
"It is pretty rare you see that many goals in a game,
"We will not go home and have a few beers on that result. We need to analyse it.
"Leeds are special. They performed outstandingly and it was very difficult - for 95 minutes, by the way."
Leeds' Argentine boss Marcelo Bielsa said there were pluses in defeat.
"To be able to score three goals is a positive thing," he said.
"We also cannot ignore we conceded four goals. A lot of those goals could have been avoided.
"You can't predict football but there are situations you know are going to happen - just because you know they are going to happen it doesn't give you the security you can stop them happening."