Klopp and Howe united in appreciation for Salah

Klopp and Howe united in appreciation for Salah

Klopp and Howe united in appreciation for Salah

Mo scored a fantastic second goal.

"That was really important because Trent is still a young boy and we can not push him through 20 games in a row".

Although he was fortunate with his first, as he appeared to be just offside, the other two were fine examples of Salah at his brilliant best. In our good moment past year we were really flying and everything was brilliant... until we were not flying!

"But as I said before, the most important thing is we are top of the table".

There was a lot of people who believed that Klopp should have been punished for his actions and disrespect towards the Everton bench and this debate has continued for quite a while now.

The German said to reporters: "I think Eddie Howe is one of the best managers I ever met to be honest, so how could I say something different?"

Salah also turned down the Man of the Match award at the end of the game to give it to Milner who was making his 500th Premier League cap.

Manchester United shrugged off a poor recent run as they beat bottom side Fulham 4-1, Ashley Young, Juan Mata, Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford scoring the goals.

They are now 16 games into the league season and have their unbeaten record still alive, with their only defeats so far coming in cup competitions. We just had to manage the score-line. I don't know if the referee even judged it.

"[It was] great to get another clean sheet at a tough place to come".

But while the result allowed him to relish his achievement, the No. 7 was quick to stress that the Reds need to keep momentum going with clashes at home to Napoli and Man United to follow in the next week. Hopefully we can stay fit. "Let's go home, have food and go again".

Champion Manchester City can reclaim top spot with victory at Chelsea later, but Liverpool took full advantage of kicking off first on the south coast to start a big week in the best possible fashion by moving a point ahead of its title rival.

"The frustration would be with the second, third and fourth goals".

Ralph Hasenhüttl's start to life as Southampton manager got off to a awful start as Callum Paterson scored the victor in a 1-0 victory to move Cardiff up to 14th and three points clear of the bottom three.

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