After Croatia 3-2 won Lovren, referring to the Sergio Ramos competition, he admitted that he had "put her away".
He also posted the following morning's picture on Instagram that seemed to show him to emulate Ramos at the back of the head, and shouted, "Good morning Croatia".
I've been criticized by the Liverpool fans but Fowler thinks it's lovely.
"I was laughing when I watched to burn Dejan Lovren on Sergio Ramos," he told the Mirror.
"I've seen quite a few Liverpool fans after him, finding a way to say that he is disrespectful or in any case, but a bit, it was funny.
"And he was also a player showing that he believed in himself and his country. I'll tell you what too, Ramos himself will think it's fair enough.
"There is a person who expects it. It always appears after games and in the media can go, get up and turn opponents.
"He was again lately against Viktoria Plzen – that was clear and, although he had said then, did not mean injuring his opponent, he probably did not.
"But that's what you get with it – and I do not complain. You're a harsh thing … but it would have it on your team.
"He has that terrible thing about him – and that's a good thing in a defense, in my experience, even if I were at the end of a lot of that in my career! And I say the same Something about Lovren too – and in fact, the things that came out with them after the Spanish game, certainly showed confidence. "
Lovren behind Joe Gomez and Virgil van Dijk are an order in the Anfield pecking and Fowler believes that she would have a different story if she was the Dutch men wearing a jibes .
"If Virgil van Dijk did, Liverpool fans would love him. I like Lovren to be cocky. Fair play, boy," he added.
"Just keep it up. Oh, and do not stumble if someone does it back."