Mohamed Salah: Jurgen Klopp unsure on Liverpool forward's injury

Mohamed Salah: Jurgen Klopp unsure on Liverpool forward's injury

It is different things and an evolution, he made progress about this.

Liverpool ended 2017 by coming from behind to beat a rejuvenated Leicester City 2-1 maintaining Jurgen Klopp's side mission to finish inside the top four places for a consecutive season. That's never a good sign, to be honest. Not that victory was necessarily assured.

"But he knows and I know he couldn't score if he did not have the fantastic support of the other boys".

"It was 100 percent one of the best [games] we've played so far".

Salah in league of his own?

Today's brace means that the Egyptian has been directly involved in 17 goals in his last 13 league games for Liverpool - a remarkable rate that showcases just how important he is to Klopp's side.

Salah had four decent chances before equalizing eight minutes into the second half, running onto Sadio Mane's back-heel and holding off Christian Fuchs and Daniel Amartey to pick his spot beyond goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel.

Liverpool have been ruthless in front of goal this season. The three they gave up were to Arsenal in what might be the craziest game all season.

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson will sit out of the encounter as he continues his recovery from a hamstring injury sustained against Swansea.

Harry Maguire is one of those rare entities in English football - a ball-playing, buccaneering centre-back who is unafraid of venturing outside his own half. They have uncharacteristically let in 13 goals from set-piece situations this season, and their manager Claude Puel has lamented the fact. Their main strength is still the same.

"Everybody reacted the right way", Klopp said. Now they have scored at least three goals in 11 of their last 14 matches.

But the defender was ultimately to blame for Salah's second, having positioned himself too tightly to the winger as he received play on the edge of Leicester's box. "He is able to use his body and roll him", Holland told NBCSN. Can wrestled with Maguire in the back of the net, with the German looking for a quick restart, but in the end this wasted more time as both players were given a talking to, followed by a booking each, from referee Neil Swarbrick.