Klopp draws amazing Salah example to show how close-knit Reds actually are
- The German believes the only reason for the Egyptian teammates provide no different celebration to his goal is the fact that they all are happy with Mane's & Matip's efforts as well
- The lads would do anything to make each other feel confident, the boss is sure
- As per Klopp, Salah's goals will come eventually as he is no worse than he was last term
Klopp said, as quoted by the Liverpool Echo: "The boys are really smart, they know we need him in a good moment. That's clear.
"They don't celebrate a goal for Mo more than they do for Sadio or Joel Matip, in fact, they were probably quite happy with Joel as well, it's been a while since he last scored. The group is a very good group. They want to support each other if they can.
"A lot of people after three games this season were asking 'wow, what changed?' (about Salah), but he still had good moments in the game on Saturday. The chance he missed with the backheel, that was one of the best situations he has had since he came here, and only missed the goal by an inch.
"That's unlucky. Last year, these balls were all going in. You have to work for that again. We need to all stay confident in these moments, not only him. If the players helped him with the celebration, then I wouldn't be surprised as they are a really good group."
Meanwhile, against So'ton, Salah just scored his second goal of the season. The fact is widely discussed by the media, however, apart from the scoring, there is not a single thing the Reds' ace might be criticized for. Mo remains the player who creates the most chances in the Premier League as well as the one to have the most clear-cuts in the competition.