Jurgen Klopp: 'Mohamed Salah on the way to earning Lionel Messi comparisons'

Jurgen Klopp: 'Mohamed Salah on the way to earning Lionel Messi comparisons'

Jurgen Klopp: 'Mohamed Salah on the way to earning Lionel Messi comparisons'

"But to feel not comfortable to play - 'Please Mister, take me from the pitch.' I felt that".

"Yes!" said the Liverpool manager.

They scored from both: Headers from Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic. "They are doing the right things", Neville told his Sky Sports podcast. "An island of personality, desire and control surrounded - not by water - but surrounded by lack of personality, lack of class, lack of desire".

Entering the clash, the Egyptian international said that he really likes the Premier League, because it perfectly suits his game.

A seven-match run without a win had dropped Palace back into the bottom three but they climbed out of it with an impressive 2-0 victory at Huddersfield Town, who are still in trouble. Cenk Tosun netted twice for Everton at Stoke, which had Charlie Adam dismissed for a lunge on Wayne Rooney.

It was a magnificent day all round as left-back Andrew Robertson continued to highlight his progression under Jurgen Klopp with a magnificent display, including an assist.

"I like the Premier League a lot". Even Barcelona's Lionel Messi.

"Speaking at a presser Klopp said", I don't think Mo wants to be compared with Lionel Messi, the last player I know who the same influence on a team performance was Diego Maradona".

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Out of the FA Cup and 18 points behind Manchester City in the Premier League, the Champions League is Liverpool's last chance to win a trophy this season.

In January 2018, Salah was honored as the African player of the year 2017 by the confederation of African Football (CAF). "You need always in a game somebody who brings the ball over the line".

Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson is reluctant to draw comparisons between "absolutely unbelievable" Mohamed Salah and former Anfield hero Luis Suarez. "That's just outstanding. That's why we could win, that's why we can win football games".

But Tottenham was already leading at that stage.

With all that in mind, getting past 31 to break the 38 game record looks a case of 'when' rather than 'if'.

Erik Lamela scored from similar range, and in similar circumstances, in first-half injury time before Eriksen fired home a low shot from 20 meters in the 62nd. "That's the most by a player in a single season in the competition's history", the Premiere League tweeted. Being the gent that he is, Salah even apologised for humiliating the Hornets' goalkeeper.

The first leg will be played at Anfield on April 4 with the return at Eastlands on April 10.

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