Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri: Hostile Belgrade reception is not a worry

Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri: Hostile Belgrade reception is not a worry

Unconcerned about the potential difficulties he may face on this trip to Belgrade, Shaqiri's club manager Jurgen Klopp has suggested he will gather more information about the controversy prior to Liverpool's fourth game of this year's Champions League.

"I'm not in doubt, he was not in doubt, but if you are constantly asking about it then it is like: "Something obviously is wrong, or people are not happy" or whatever".

"This group obviously stays exciting until the end, that was I thought pretty clear immediately after the draw, but you can not do more than win your own games, and then the situation changes in your favour".

"I just think that extra bit of dynamism, that bit of pace, is something that is a huge threat for defenders".

Have a go and see how much you can remember about the forward's 50 Liverpool goals.

"The first goal he scored was genius little link-up play from Shaq, I don't know how he did that!"

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"I think he would say thanks to his teammates because it's quite hard to score goals without these wonderful passes and crosses", said the Liverpool manager on Salah's half century. You can see on the pitch we have a lot of good players and creativity and we are together. It's an exceptional number, hopefully he can continue.

Salah's second goal came from the penalty spot and he admitted that he was ready to take it on as the club's designated penalty taker, James Milner, was only on the bench. "What's the next record he can reach?" he said with a grin.

Notably proud of his dual-nationality, Shaqiri previously informed The Times, "I was born in Kosovo, but I grew up in Switzerland. I had this already at the World Cup, so I know what I can handle".

Shaqiri, 27, was booed throughout Wednesday's Champions League game by those Red Star supporters who found their way to Anfield despite a UEFA ban on their fans travelling. I saw him celebrating but I couldn't see his face from that distance.

Klopp, asked if he was considering whether or not to take Shaqiri to the Serbian capital, said: "So far, I didn't think about it, to be honest".

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