Published: Tue, April 16, 2019
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah explains goal celebration against Chelsea

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah explains goal celebration against Chelsea

A smoke bomb detonated by a Liverpool fan at Anfield on Sunday, April 14 left the life of a 9-year-old Chelsea fan with special needs and learning on danger.

And naturally, the Liverpool fans on Twitter were out in force to hail Salah's man of the match display and we've put together some of the best reaction...

The victory over Chelsea was encapsulated in a couple of two-minute episodes in the second half.

Sunday's win took Liverpool back to the top of the Premier League.

Salah had been the subject of Islamophobic chants from a group of Chelsea supporters prior to their side's Europa League tie with Slavia Prague last week.

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"It blew me away", Klopp said of Salah's goal.

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"And I don't want to minimize that but I loved the first goal exactly the same".

The competition for places has made almost every player better. Klopp knows his team are not ultimately in control of their title destiny, but he remains determined not to focus on developments at the Etihad Stadium.

'When people are talking about you in a positive way, that's always a good thing.

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"They [City] win [against Crystal Palace] and [did it] ask a question for us?"

"If City lost and we find out five minutes before the game that's not a help". Then you lose your focus in that moment.

"It was a great speech but I think it was more to the point that you're still fighting for the title, you can't give up and it's a chance for certain players to prove themselves".

"You can't prepare yourself for these situations - you just need to experience it and deal with it, and we have players who can handle everything that we're going through right now".

"Good, let's try. Let's try that".

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