Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp cool on Mohamed Salah's red-hot form

Dec 18, 2017, 00:44
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp cool on Mohamed Salah's red-hot form

"Not because we want to play intensive football, not only because the period is so intense, but you have to cope with it, we have to deal with the situation and for that we need all the players". In the last worldwide break he did not play for Egypt, he didn't start at Stoke, we take him off as soon as possible.

"I'm really pleased about pretty much everything because the start was serious like it should be", Klopp told Sky Sports.

The visitors line up with Alex Oxlade Chamberlain starting on the right of a front three in place of Sadio Mane, with the superlative Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino alongside him.

Liverpool produced a dominant display at the Vitality Stadium following disappointing draws with Everton and West Brom to climb to fourth in the table.

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"The intensity in the first half maybe we didn't have in the second half". We talk a lot to the medical department and it is really rare that there are any issues with him.

"Liverpool were very good and they've got the players who can hurt you".

City are on a 15-game winning streak in the league and host Tottenham Hotspur later on Saturday while Liverpool travel to 14th-placed Bournemouth on Sunday. Both Salah and Coutinho scored wonderful individual goals to put Liverpool in control at Dean Court. The Brazilian raced down the left and used teammate Andrew Robertson as a decoy before cutting inside past two players and squeezing a shot inside the post to make it 1-0 after 20 minutes.

Lovren made it 2-0 with a diving header from close range after Rorberto Firmino flicked the ball back into the Bournemouth 18-yard box. "We were flat today for whatever reason, we never got going".