Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp explained that the role… Mohamed Salah Liverpool has developed significantly since his arrival at Anfield, and the Egyptian player represents a major threat to any competitor even if he does not score.
Salah scored his 43rd goal in Europe with Liverpool in the 5-1 win over Toulouse yesterday, Thursday, in the European League, which is the largest number of goals scored by any player for any of the English clubs.
Salah scored 9 goals and sent four assists in all competitions this season.
The 31-year-old is now five goals away from scoring 200 goals in his career with Liverpool, and he explained. Club How the former Roma striker transformed from a speedy winger into an intelligent space-creator for his teammates.
Klopp told reporters today, Friday: “The young man, Mo, is a very fast player who can advance from the back. Since he came here, and from day one, he has had to do different things. He has adapted very well.”
Klopp added:Salah He is the playmaker in the attacking line and perhaps he was more than Bobby (Firmino) in setting up attacks, as with his presence you do not need players who fall back a little. “It’s not good anyway because you need players like him in the penalty area.”
“You feel like Salah is twenty years old.”
Klopp explained, “It’s a little different now, especially when Darwin Nunez plays, we have another fast player there. It’s changed Mo’s position for sure, and he’s smart enough to adapt to all these different things.” Klopp does not expect the Egyptian international’s performance to decline anytime soon.
“I think if we examine him, the majority of his bones are probably 19 or 20 years old, because he keeps himself in such good condition,” Klopp added.
He pointed out that Salah “understands spaces much better, and knows how players interact with him. And then if he cannot score, he can still pose a threat to us, and this is really crucial.”
Liverpool will host its rival, Nottingham Forest, the day after tomorrow, Sunday, and Klopp said that he hopes to see his former player Divock Origi in the opponent’s squad.
The Belgian played a key role in Liverpool’s B winChampions League 2018-2019 season, scoring goals in the semi-finals and finals. “I hope he is fit so people can welcome him, he definitely deserves it,” Klopp said.
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