Salah can play much better, says Liverpool boss Klopp
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp believes Mohamed Salah could have played better in Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Crystal Palace in the Premier League.
The Egypt international was involved in the Reds’ two goals at Selhurst Park as he won a penalty that was converted by James Milner at the end of the first half before assisting Sadio Mane in the dying minutes of the game to help his side seal the three points.
Despite his impact, Klopp revealed he still expects more from the 26-year-old who was wasteful in front of goal on a couple of occasions.
“I have nothing to say about individual performances. Mo Salah can play much better, that’s 100 per cent, but he was really involved in both goals – decisively involved, so that’s two assists kind of, so I am completely fine with that and it’s all good,” Klopp told the reporters after the game.
“We have to play as a team. We can play as a team much better and that means immediately he is involved in that and that is all good. 2-0, all cool,” he added.
The Reds are now on six points after two wins over West Ham and Crystal Palace. They will next host Brighton on Saturday.
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