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Liverpool boss Klopp admits 76 points needed for top-four spot

18 Décembre 2017

Egypt worldwide Salah sealed the three points on the south coast, curling home the third just before the interval.

The Egyptian star's goal put him on the lead of the English Premier League's top scorers, with 14 goals, 2 more than Harry Kane, the second highest scorer.

Yet, despite his red-hot form, manager Klopp was reluctant to single out the 25-year-old for praise.

I do not go to bed at night, thinking 'wow how good is Salah?

'We were really spot on - very good organisation, defending, approach, ideas... we worked hard.

"We don't know the situation with either player, it's a huge worry though regarding Charlie Daniels and Joshua King".

Jurgen Klopp's men now lie fourth in the table, one point ahead of Arsenal - who they play in a mouth-watering clash at the Emirates this weekend.

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The report said a man appeared to be waiting for the 23-year-old England global as he arrived at the training ground to prepare for the game.

Coutinho was at his sparkling best here, darting through the Bournemouth defence for the first before playing a hand in creating goals for Dejan Lovren and Roberto Firmino.

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe was left despondent by the defeat and concedes his side are scrapping to stay in the division.

Meanwhile, the Red Devils are seeking a third-consecutive away win, boasting an impressive tally of seven goals from their last two games away from Old Trafford against Watford and Arsenal.

"And I think that is for the majority of teams that aren't in the top six, seven places, I think that's how it is".

"There have not been many times since I became Bournemouth manager that I've felt quite like this after a match".

"In football management it happens though, we're extremely disappointed but it's how we respond, that's the key thing". We've got a great view here and it's just a joy to watch when that little fella gets on the ball.

Liverpool's first team celebrated their triumph over Bournemouth on Sunday in style by heading out for their annual Christmas party afterward.

Liverpool boss Klopp admits 76 points needed for top-four spot