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The German coach praised the performance of the Egyptian Pharaoh who reached the goal of the third team to return "Red"To the top of the scale and keep sharp competition with Manchester City.
And peaks Mohamed Salah The winner of the 17-goal league appears on the way to retain the title of the best scorer in the Premier League for the second consecutive year.
His goal, on Saturday, touched the balance of goals with Salah Liverpool 20 goals in all competitions this year, for the second consecutive season, an achievement that has not been scored for any player since the Uruguay days Luis Suarez Who left the team five years ago in Barcelona.
Salah scored 49 goals in 62 matches with Liverpool Premier League, A beautiful figure for the Egyptian star, who leads the dream of the Reds to win the title absent from 1989-1990.
The club said: "Salah numbers are good … but the show was really good. He made a great match."
Explained in the comments posted by the Liverpool Echo website: This is a football that can be offered and we want to give it, it is involved in everything and not just in goals. "
He continued: "Sometimes he is returning, moving in narrow spaces and on the sides, all these things. That's exactly how he plays, he did it in a wonderful way."
And regarding the goal achieved by Salah, the German coach: "I do not think you will find many players who will do what Fermino did at that moment."
"Most of the players will try to score a goal, and Fermino has made a simple transition and make sure that Salah has a great ending."
The German coach praised the performance of the Egyptian Pharaoh, who achieved the goal of the third team, the return of the "red" to the top of the ladder, and remained fierce competition with Manchester City.
Mohammed Salah leads the top scorer of the league with 17 goals and looks to be the best Premier League player in the second year in a row.
On Saturday, Sale against Liverpool scored 20 goals in all competitions this season for the second consecutive season, an achievement that has not been achieved for any player since the time of Uruguay's Luis Suarez, who left the team in Barcelona five years ago.
Salah scored 49 goals in 62 matches with Liverpool in the Premiership, an exceptional figure for the Egyptian star who leads Reds' dream to a title that he misses since 1989-1990.
But Jürgen Klopp does not want the Egyptian star to achieve goals, but this goes beyond a few other considerations that he clearly defined after signing Bournemouth.
"The Salah numbers are good, but the performance was very good.
"It's football that we can offer and we want to play," he said in comments posted on the Liverpool Echo website. "He's involved in everything and not just in goals."
"Sometimes he goes back, he moves in narrow spaces, and he's on the sides … all these things. That's exactly how he plays, and he did it in a wonderful way."
"I do not think you will find many players who would do what Fermino did at that moment," he said.
"Most players will try to hit, and Fermino has made a simple transition and certainly Salah has the last last touch."