We do it our way, says Klopp after another late Liverpool win

We do it our way, says Klopp after another late Liverpool win

But it was what happened next that caught the eye of some social media users, as Salah effortlessly ducked to evade the attempts of the onrushing Henderson and Robertson to embrace him. Jurgen Klopp's men are playing fantastic football and if Liverpool could win the title, perhaps they could attract some of the bigger names in world football and challenge City for the next few years.

Klopp's side have now won seven of their last eight Premier League games when conceding the opening goal - a resilience that will be causing concern at relentless Manchester City who now trail by two points having played a game less.

"As a striker, you have chances and each striker is a human being - maybe you have better moments and less good moments", Klopp said of Salah. "Goal number 50 for Liverpool, that is an incredible number", Klopp said.

Speaking on Sky Sports, Neville revealed: "Jordan Henderson came over to me at the end of the game and said "you don't look very happy".

It's all go, but Klopp's high-energy ransackers will be sitting pretty at the top of the shop for a full week at the very least. They scored a nice goal, not world-class defending but we stayed calm.

He was the box-to-box marauder that Liverpool fans would like to see more regularly, rather than the cautious sitter that critics decry. It was one of relief more than delight, as the Egyptian had been struggling but his class shone through at a pivotal moment.

Keita could have had a penalty after being brought down by Maya Yoshida in the second half, but it was Salah's goal that turned the game.

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The visitors began to dominate proceedings in the second half and eventually broke through in the 80th minute when Salah scored to end a goal drought that had lasted nearly eight weeks.

Klopp's trademark smile got wider when he talked about their two late goals to down a spirited Saints.

"Naby had two hard situations where he lost two balls in the beginning but then he was in the game and helped us so much in the second half".

City beat Brighton 1-0 in yesterday's FA Cup semi-final to close in on the second part of what could be an epic quadruple of trophies. Everybody will come here in the future, will feel that.

"And the other thing is it was 1-1 and we wanted to win so the boys obviously decided not to celebrate it like insane because there was still a job to do". "It's at Anfield, it's a quarter-final, it's a big one for us".

Forward Salah became the fastest player in the Merseyside club's history to hit 50 league goals following his sensational solo effort in Friday evening's 3-1 success at Southampton.

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