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Jurgen Klopp Explains Why He Took Off Mohamed Salah In Merseyside Derby

14 Décembre 2017

They are unbeaten in their last seven matches, winning five of those, but were left kicking themselves after conceding a late penalty to draw 1-1 with Everton in Sunday's Merseyside derby.

"I took Mo Salah off because he felt the hamstring a little bit", he told reporters on Tuesday.

"They didn't have one counter-attack and that is a big compliment to my side", Klopp said.

"It's a building block for me to maybe open the game up as we go along".

"I don't think anyone really remembers it, or would watch back and think that it was "hilarious" or "legendary" - it was just an interview."

"I didn't use any words I have to take back or whatever".

Liverpool were immediately back on the front foot, though, and nearly made it a meaningless debate two minutes later when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was thwarted by Foster and Solanke then saw his follow-up effort cleared off the line by Hegazi. "We need to fight to get something out of the game", said Pardew, as per the BBC.

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"But meanwhile I can keep myself that calm that nothing serious happens in situations like this".

West Brom's Hal Robson-Kanu went closest to scoring the opening goal in the first half, the Wales global unlucky to see his 30-yard dipping effort land on the top of the crossbar.

Asked about the disallowed goal, Baggies boss Pardew said: 'I thought it was goal until I saw the linesman not move. "We can all be on the edge sometimes when the right question from you lads triggers us".

Liverpool will fancy their chances of reclaiming a place in the top four against a struggling West Brom side at Anfield on Wednesday.

"When I see it on the video, Ahmed [Hegazi] has got a slight touch, it's hit Solanke and he's swung his arm and it's hit his arm and gone in". There were hard challenges in the game. Football is a very emotional game and we as managers are not always in dressing room after the game.

"For that, you need pretty much each minute until you can judge it - and that's what we will do".

Defensive duo Joel Matip and Alberto Moreno have been ruled out of the midweek clash with Alan Pardew's side. "We will make further assessments in the moment, we will send him to different doctors just to know a little bit more". When the teams are so congested every point is gold dust for us.

Jurgen Klopp Explains Why He Took Off Mohamed Salah In Merseyside Derby