Liverpool's Mohamed Salah 'fine' despite lack of goals - Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah 'fine' despite lack of goals - Jurgen Klopp

Last term, against the Saints, Salah found the net three times in two games.

After a shoulder injury in May's Champions League final, Salah had a disappointing World Cup and on his return to English football does not yet look like the player who terrorised defences, scoring nearly at will.

"On the defensive side, the last two games he was outstanding, perfect", Klopp continued.

The former Republic of Ireland worldwide established a reputation as one of the Premier League's most prolific strikers during his time with Tottenham, but had limited success after moving to Liverpool for £19m in 2008. It's really no problem, we constantly have to deal with new situations. We want him to score as often as possible.

The former Leeds and Newcastle man is getting copious amounts of praise for his performances but Klopp is not surprised as Milner was pivotal in Europe last season too.

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"He had fantastic offensive situations in both of the last games".

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The chorus of You'll Never Walk Alone under the lights is enough to pick up even the least motivated of players and the enthusiasm goes hand in hand with Jurgen Klopp's gegenpressing style. At the end of the season we will see how it is, not at the start'.

"He's taking his time like he did last season".

Anfield's atmosphere on Champions League nights is famous.


"Yes, he lost the ball before we conceded the second [PSG] goal, but it was a very intense game and things like this happen constantly", Klopp said.

"I said it a few times that only in football it sounds like 32 was a massive age".

The German continued: "He is a top professional and his body gives him the opportunity to do so".

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