Post Crystal Palace paper watch: 'Salah simply unstoppable'
Plenty of praise for the Reds after the come from behind win.
Daily Mail's Oliver Holt:
“The real significance of this victory over Palace is that it will send Liverpool into their Champions League quarter-final first leg with Manchester City surfing a wave of optimism and invincibility. Liverpool are on a roll and even if City are uncatchable in the league, they do not have Mohamed Salah. Salah is simply unstoppable and he was unstoppable again in south London.”
The Guardian's Sachin Nakrani:
“Liverpool were below par but showed the character they are often accused of lacking not only to shore up a top-four Premier League place but to secure a boost ahead of Wednesday’s Champions League match with Manchester City. It was a rare ugly win for one of Europe’s most thrilling sides and one that cynics would suggest they ultimately got away with.”
The Express' Tony Stenson:
“Mohamed Salah, fast becoming Egypt’s favourite export, pulled Liverpool out of trouble once again. He struck just as Palace were in full flow at 1-1 and threatening to send the Reds into next week’s Champions League tie full of self-doubt.”
The Telegraph's Sam Dean:
“Such is the quality of Mohamed Salah, and such is the fear he inspires, there was an air of ominous inevitability about this match-winning intervention even as his team-mates struggled and scrapped around him.”