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German coach Jurgen Klopp praised his player Mohamed Salah, noting that his team showed very well against Tottenham.

Liverpool beat Tottenham with two goals to one, scored by Mohamed Salah, in the 15th round matches of the English Premier League.

Klopp told Sky Sports after the match: “Winning means a lot today. It’s a huge game for us. A good first half, then a difficult second. Tottenham risk everything when they fall behind in the second half.”

“It’s been so long since we won an away game, we can’t just think that everything will be fine. We know we have to fight.”

“Southampton is our next game in the league and that’s a big deal for us. We have to keep up the same good performance.”

“I don’t think we have a big problem away from home. Yes, Anfield is a huge advantage for us. We only won away games in the Champions League. I’m happy that we were able to win an away game in the Premier League.”

And he added, “My English is not good enough to talk about the quality of Salah, you need someone to end the situation with a goal and this is Mohamed Salah.”

And he added, “Even with a slow start, he was in most of the chances in Europe but we didn’t take them or he didn’t, this can happen to a striker it’s a completely normal stage. But how does everyone know that in the end when you look back on his career after four, five or six Years”.

He continued, “Everyone will remember one of the best strikers I’ve ever seen because the numbers are going to be absolutely insane. I’m really pleased for him, the outstanding performance and he showed a great attitude tonight.”

And he concluded about Salah approaching Dalglish’s number, “Kenny Dalglish and Robbie Fowler may have gone through times when they didn’t score. Mo will not stop, he is in the top eight scorers for Liverpool and he will not stop. When you look at Mo’s statistics, goals and decisive passes, this is insane. For us he is always important and he has proven That day, two goals.”

The win raised Liverpool’s balance to 19 points in eighth place, while Tottenham’s balance stopped at 26 points and fell to fourth place.

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