Football NewsJurgen Klopp praises Mohamed Salah for his ability to score goals
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Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp paid tribute to Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah’s insane scoring ability after the Reds star sank Spurs to revive his side’s season.


What did Klopp say about Mohamed Salah?

The Egypt captain struck twice as Liverpool won 2-1 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday, taking their season-high tally to 14 in all competitions. Mohamed Salah has scored in each of his last four matches.

The Reds manager told reporters that even in his slow start, Mohamed Salah handled the most chances in European football. According to Jurgen Klopp, Salah did not take them or they did not take them, but for a striker this is a completely normal phase. But everyone knows that in the end, when everyone looks back on a career four, five or six years from now, everyone will remember one of the best strikers they’ve ever seen because Mohamed’s numbers are going to be absolutely insane.

What pleased the manager the most was that Mohamed scored two goals, but that he played like a real, real team player. Klopp isn’t surprised by this, but it’s important. Salah also faced these issues, slow start or whatever, and then it’s like they have to score a hat-trick or whatever. But according to the German tactician, at first it was about defense, and then he will get his chances again. Jurgen Klopp says he is very happy for Mohamed Salah. Outstanding performance and outstanding attitude.


A little about the topic

A victory for the Reds, their first away in the league this season, could play a key role in the fight for the top four. He moves them within seven points of spurs, while the Reds also boast of handplay.

Egypt’s Mohamed Salah has now scored at 24 different away venues for the Reds in PL; only Michael Owen and Robbie Fowler (both 25) have ever scored more for the Reds in competition.