Published: Sat, April 06, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Salah happy and proud to break Liverpool record

Salah happy and proud to break Liverpool record

Whilst Manchester City have cruised to victory of late, Klopp insisted that Liverpool are "unable" to play the way City do, but he is "really proud" of his side so far this campaign.

A group of children were standing to the right of the bench, and judging by Klopp's reaction they appear to have said something to him.

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah (centre) celebrates scoring his side's second goal of the game with team-mates during the Premier League match at St Mary's Stadium, Southampton. We've got to win every game. Luckily Liverpool have strength in depth and two second half substitutions were enough to stretch Southampton to their limits.

Jurgen Klopp recently made an admission that Lallana had begun to move past his injury issues, while the former Southampton man made only his sixth Premier League start in two years against Fulham last month. "The goals we scored were simply world-class". Salah's goal went on to win the 2018 Puskas Award, controversially coming out on top ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo's overhead kick against Juventus and Gareth Bale's stunning goal against Liverpool in the Champions League final. I am really happy with the performance, we knew it would be hard so winning here is not easy but we did it. That's the most important thing for us.

"The performance was not top level but it is about fighting", said Klopp.

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Liverpool would see themselves atop the league if they win Friday's matchup, though they will have played one more match than Manchester City.

After Salah escaped a flag having appeared to be marginally offside in the build up, the ball eventually broke for Trent Alexander-Arnold to deliver an inviting right-wing cross which Keita powerfully headed beyond the grasp of goalkeeper Gunn for his first Reds goal. It was good, I liked it.

Salah's record-breaking debut campaign was capped by the Premier League player of the year award - only Suarez and former England worldwide Michael Owen had previously won it as Liverpool players.

It was Salah's 50th strike for Liverpool in the Premier League, becoming the quickest Anfield player to reach that landmark, taking the record previously held by Fernando Torres.

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