Klopp and Howe united in appreciation for Salah

Klopp and Howe united in appreciation for Salah

Klopp and Howe united in appreciation for Salah

However, former Liverpool striker Peter Crouch has stated that Klopp celebration was uncalled for, the 37-year-old who plays for Stoke City said to the Daily Mail, "How could they charge him?, I asked myself that question when I heard Jurgen Klopp had got a call from the FA".

Liverpool now sit top of the league, one point ahead of Manchester City, for a few hours at least.

Klopp also confirmed he will be without centre-back Dejan Lovren for the fixture at Bournemouth, meaning Joel Matip is likely to continue next to Virgil van Dijk at the heart of the defence.

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah scores their fourth goal.

"When you look at it and say "you'd be unbeaten at the start of December", you [think] you'd be at the top of the league - but we're not". Six weeks for us is massive, I can't even count the games we have in that period. They are really good in that, even though I know Bournemouth had to replace three very important players for them today, but still we controlled it.

It was questionably offsides, call it how you like, but Mo's other two goals were fabulous and he is now the top scorer in the Premier League.

Cardiff edged further from danger with their own 1-0 home win over struggling Southampton in Ralph Hasenhuettl's first game in charge of the Saints while West Ham beat visitors Crystal Palace 3-2. The extraordinary campaign that brought 44 goals saw him play mostly on the right side of a three-man attack, the movement of Firmino and Sadio Mane creating the space in which a formerly impressive but hardly otherworldly forward achieved barely credible feats.

"Together with Virgil he's improved so much".

The Egypt worldwide had not scored in three games before Saturday's game, but took the match ball home as Liverpool equalled their record of 17 Premier League matches unbeaten.

The goals came from our Egyptian King, with Mohamed Salah grabbing three vital goals in a must win game for the Reds. Only one player in Europe has more league strikes since the start of last season: Lionel Messi. Then we need you, play, and then he had a hard start against Burnley and plays that game and this game. "500 games", he said whilst passing the prize to Milner.

But while the result allowed him to relish his achievement, the No. 7 was quick to stress that the Reds need to keep momentum going with clashes at home to Napoli and Man United to follow in the next week.

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