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Klopp hits back at Aguirre’s comments on Mohamed Salah

25 November, 2018, 13:42 | Author: Lora Ball
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Liverpool's performance and second-half flurry of goals against Watford was particularly pleasing for Klopp, given the lack of preparation time. There was a massive gap between City and the other clubs last season when Pep Guardiola's side stormed England's top flight to break plenty of records in the process. For much of this game the Reds lacked their usual attacking fluidity, but in Salah they have a goalscorer who came up trumps again. With the demands on set-pieces, you need your own set-pieces, you need to work on the specific quality of the opponent'.

Liverpool have yet to win silverware since the German took charge at Anfield in 2015, the Reds suffering defeats to Manchester City, Sevilla and Real Madrid in the EFL Cup, Europa League and Champions League finals respectively.

But Liverpool is still looking to bolster their front line as Jurgen Klopp wants to push for major honors at Merseyside.

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"The last two games we have been unlucky with some decisions but I prefer to always support referees and if I don't say anything about their work in these two games I will not do it for the rest of the season", said the Spaniard.

"In a few moments, the tempo change could have been a bit more obvious but even then, we had our chances".

The first half was a grim affair, Watford perhaps marginally the more threatening team, but neither side found any fluency. It was still good. The first goal was brilliant football and the free kick from Trent (Alexander-Arnold) was a dream. I saw the game against Tottenham and they were good. "3-0 couldn't have been better".

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"I can't think of a single club anywhere in Europe that wouldn't want a player like Sadio available to them, so the fact he wants to remain with us says something about where we are now".

"I don't know how many challenges Hendo had today or situations where he had to be closing up either the player or the space". Twice, he was there with a hand. I know people miss one or two situations from last season but we have these games'. "You have to be ready for all the small things".

"Things like this happen".

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"The only not so nice thing is that he can not play against Everton. That's already accepted, so nothing to say about that". Kickoff from Watford's Vicarage Road is scheduled for 10 a.m. ET.

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