Jurgen Klopp angered by Hamza Choudhury’s tackle on Mohamed Salah

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has reacted angrily towards the challenge from Hamza Choudhury on Mohamed Salah. The Reds faced one of their toughest games of the Premier League season against Leicester City but they eventually prevailed with a 2-1 triumph following a late penalty converted by James Milner.


Towards the end of that game, Salah was substituted with an ankle concern which resulted from a tackle from Choudhury and that has certainly angered the Reds boss. Speaking to BBC Sport, Klopp said that there was no need for the challenge from the Foxes midfielder, given Salah was no longer in possession of the ball.
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Liverpool manager leaps into the defence of Mohamed Salah

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has leapt into the defence of Mohamed Salah amid his six-match scoring drought for the club. The Egypt international has been the Reds’ standout performer since joining them in 2017 but he has experienced a rare scoring drought in the past month where he has been both unlucky and poor with his finishing.

Speaking in a press conference, Klopp said that Salah has been getting into good positions but he has not been lucky in terms of the scoring. He added that the attacker’s drought could be considered as a good sign, given the likes of Sadio Mane have turned up to make the difference, he quipped: “It is good that we split the goals a little bit, absolutely it’s good. We have 73 points and each goal we scored brought us there, and from time to time it’s clicking for the one [player] more. To explain the situation of Mo a little bit because I think he is in outstanding shape, but the situation he had in the last second [against Bayern] when Sule came – that’s a goal if Sule would switch off. Mo did everything right and nobody can know if Sule is there to put his foot in.”
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