Liverpool coach, German Jurgen Klopp, unexpectedly responded to a question about his opinion of the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah achieving his 100th goal with the “Reds”, stressing that he is not in a good mood to comment on this topic.
Klopp told the official Liverpool website, after his team drew with Everton with two goals each, that the goal scored by Salah is definitely great, but I am tired of praising the Egyptian player, I am not in a good mood after the match until I talk about the goal and the achievement of the Egyptian player.
He added, “I hope that a journalist will read the notes he wrote in previous conferences, and see how many times I talked about Salah’s quality and the capabilities that he possesses.”
The German coach indicated that his focus with not counting the third goal is in favor of Liverpool, although from his point of view there is no offside of Senegalese Sadio Mane.
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