'We’ve carried that for two weeks': Klopp reveals Liverpool present to Salah after 200 goals
"Pretty impressive, huh?" Jurgen Klopp told a press conference when asked about Mohamed Salah's 200th goal for Liverpool."It was a pretty loud reception in the dressing room when I gave him the shirt with the 200 on the back.
SPOTTED: Darwin Nunez gives it back to Sheffield fans after beautiful assist
Darwin Nunez finally provided an assist for a Liverpool player who is not named Mo Salah.Against Sheffield United tonight, the Uruguayan won possession in the final minutes of the game and then found Dominik Szoboszlai who buried with ease.
Salah names three players he'd love to play with - one of them is Mane's teammate
There have been many great players around Mohamed Salah at Liverpool but the Egyptian wishes he could name three more football stars his teammates."Dream teammate? Messi or Ronaldo, but if I pick one in the Premier League then I’d choose Kevin [de Bruyne]," he told Sky Sports.
Arsenal fan brazenly claims Danny Welbeck is 'better overall footballer' than Salah, gets roasted on social media
You wouldn't normally put the names of Mohamed Salah and Danny Welbeck in the same sentence. Salah is a Premier League icon, while Welbeck was a decent striker for Man United and Arsenal and now for Brighton, but never scored more than 10 goals in a campaign.
Salah one goal away from iconic benchmark & 2 more under-radar stories at Liverpool
Salah could get 200th goal in 300th startMo Salah is set for his 300th start for Liverpool on Sunday when they face Fulham. Salah is on 199 goals for the Reds in all competitions and could make it 200 in 300 starts on Sunday.
'I'll give you second one inside!': Salah popular among LASK players as two approach him for his shirt at full-time
Mo Salah is one of the biggest names in football and even opposition players can't help but want a piece of the Egyptian King.Liverpool defeated LASK 4-0 in the Europa League on Thursday night and two of their players wanted Salah's shirt at full-time.
Liverpool comprehensively defeat LASK & 3 more big stories you might've missed
Liverpool comprehensively defeat LASKThe Reds won 4-0 thanks to Cody Gakpo's brace, as well as goals from Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah.First place in Europa League group securedThanks to Toulouse dropping points against Union, Liverpool have locked up the place in the Round of 16 with one game to go.
Doak names one senior Liverpool attacker he is 'striving to be like'
Ben Doak was named in the Liverpool starting XI when the Reds took on LASK in today's reverse fixture back in September and will be hoping for another tonight.He opened up on the influence of senior players on him and singled out one player who he is trying to emulate, Mo Salah.
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'He's still a kid': Mo Salah opens up on Szoboszlai's early Liverpool days
Mo Salah has urged Liverpool fans to stop putting pressure on Dominik Szoboszlai despite his fast start to life at the club.Szoboszlai has already endeared himself to the Liverpool fans, who have even drawn comparisons between the Hungarian and club legend Steven Gerrard.
Salah names three players who influenced him the most: 'They don't care — that's why you see the magic'
Mohamed Salah was asked to name the players who influenced him and his style of play the most and has named three legends of the 90s and 00s.“I loved Ronaldo, Zidane and Totti,” the Liverpool forward told Sky Sports.
Liverpool fan suggests interesting player to play in Salah’s position during AFCON absence - we show it in lineup
Mohamed Salah is going to be missing a string of games for Liverpool in January due to his participation in the Africa Cup of Nations.He could actually end up missing as many as seven matches if Egypt are able to reach the final of the tournament.
Mo Salah names one Man City star as his 'dream' teammate at Liverpool
When asked by Sky Sports about which player he dreams of playing in the Premier League with, Mo Salah said: “Messi or Ronaldo, but if I pick one in the Premier League then I’d choose Kevin (De Bruyne).“He has vision, I’m sure he can find me anywhere with the ball so I would say Messi, Ronaldo and then Kevin.
Klopp admits Man City were closer to win & 3 more big stories you might've missed
Klopp admits Man City were closer to win'I’m not silly, I see the game,' the boss said while insisting that Liverpool still had their chances to score more.Mac Allister opens up on the toll of early kick-off'Yesterday (Friday) we were in a meeting talking about Man City and the way we wanted to play, and I couldn't keep my eyes open,' the Argentina midfielder revealed.
Mo Salah sends message to Liverpool fans after Man City draw
Mohamed Salah speaks rarely and in a few words, so his remarks carry special weight even on social media.After the 1-1 draw with Man City, Salah took to X with a rather concise message: "Not the result we wanted but we’ll keep fighting…"Apparently, Salah still is not satisfied with the draw, even though it's probably as much as what Liverpool deserved from that performance at the Etihad Stadium.
One player deserves 33% of credit for Trent's goal vs Man City — explained in pictures
Liverpool managed to take a point from the Etihad Stadium thanks to Trent Alexander-Arnold's equaliser against Man City in the 80th minute.Mohamed Salah registered the assist, but there's one more player who played an important role in the episode.
Salah can hit historic milestone vs Man City & 2 more under-radar stories at Liverpool
Trent: 'We've performed like someone who can win the league'Trent Alexander-Arnold reviewed Liverpool's performance this season so far and is of the belief that they've played in a way that could make the Reds title contenders."So far we've performed in a way that is how you would expect someone who can win the league to perform and if we carry this on, we should be in and around it come May.
'Someone is always waiting for you to lose': Salah opens up on Man City rivalry
"It makes us [a] better team, it makes us better players and I'm sure it makes the manager a better manager as well," Mohamed Salah told the official Liverpool website when asked what the Man City rivalry meant to him."When you always know that someone is going to win the games and someone is always waiting for you to lose a game, you always work harder than you usually do.
Al Ittihad president vows to comment on Salah interest & 2 more under-radar stories
Hodgson: Palace can only dream of signing players like Szoboszlai"There's no prizes for working out that Szoboszlai is a good player, but the fact is only certain clubs could get that player," said Roy Hodgson while praising Crystal Palace's ability to stay competitive. "So we have to accept to work hard with the ones we've got to try and get them to reach the best level they can, and compete at an equal level with these players.
Lijnders puts motivation sign at door of Liverpool's new boot room — phrase revealed
Liverpool's leadership group has changed with the departure of the likes of Jordan Henderson and James Milner.The new five-man leadership group is Virgil van Dijk (captain), Trent Alexander-Arnold (vice-captain), Andy Robertson, Alisson and Mohamed Salah.
Man City key player to be fit for Liverpool game & 4 more under-radar stories today
Szoboszlai leads Hungary to longest run in European football right nowThanks to Dominik Szoboszlai's brace, Hungary secured a massive 3–1 win against Montenegro on Sunday to finish top of their Euro 2024 qualifier group.Hungary are still unbeaten with the Liverpool midfielder as captain in a streak that now stretches 12 matches — the longest run in European football.
Haaland to be fit for Liverpool clash & 3 more big stories you might've missed
Haaland to be fit for Liverpool clashAccording to Fabrizio Romano, a week will be enough for the Man City to recover from his ankle issue.Salah nearly attacked by pitch invaderThe forward had to be escorted off the pitch by security after Egypt's win over Sierra Leone.
Mo Salah escorted off by security in Sierra Leone after being attacked by pitch invaders
Mohamed Salah had to be protected both by his Egypt teammates and by security during a World Cup qualifier in Sierra Leone.The Liverpool star registered an assist, but the biggest moment of the game involving him was the pitch invasion by home fans, one of whom apparently tried to assault Salah.