Wolves send Liverpool packing
after James Milner lost possession in central midfield, but Liverpool equalised when Divock Origi scored from the edge of the area in the 51st.
Neves regained the lead for Wolves four minutes later, striking a low and fierce shot inside the near post past the initially unsighted Simon Mignolet.
Klopp started midfielders Rafael Camacho and Curtis Jones – aged 18 and 17 respectively – and sent on another debutant in Dutchman Ki-jana Hoever, in the sixth minute after centre-back Dejan Lovren sustained a hamstring injury.
Hoever, at 16 years and 354 days, became the youngest Liverpool player in FA Cup history and the third-youngest to make a senior appearance for the team.
Klopp said he had hoped to field a stronger side, but injuries to Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana forced him to make more changed than planned and he denied suggestions his team selection was disrespectful to the FA Cup itself.
‘‘I need to make sure I say the right words ... I don’t want headlines,’’ he said.
‘‘You all want this number of games, we have played them all so far and been successful, today we lost. That’s the story.’’
Wolves’ former Liverpool defender Conor Coady said his side deserved their win.
‘‘It was always going to be a nervy end so you have to defend, but the lads stood tall against a good Liverpool team,’’ Coady said. ‘‘It was a hell of a victory.’’
Wolves will travel to either Shrewsbury or Stoke in the fourth round.