Signing Mohamed Salah For £37m Was A Risk - Jurgen Klopp

Signing Mohamed Salah For £37m Was A Risk - Jurgen Klopp

Signing Mohamed Salah For £37m Was A Risk - Jurgen Klopp

The equaliser followed another set piece late on when Chris Brunt delivered a flawless freekick into the area for Rondon to head home. "They are a very good team and we have to be ready".

The rapid Liverpool attacker also added that he knows that a top 4 finish in almost guaranteed but finishing second would be even better, "For me, it's better to finish second".

"Then the second goal was not a foul".

Despite the rousing finale, West Brom are destined for more mundane matters and Brunt conceded the coming months would be important for the club in trying to climb out of the Championship at the first attempt. It was quite hard. "We stay in the league, they don't stay in the league - it is a unusual situation".

"I don't think that point will help West Brom massively, it is a complete waste of points: they don't need it, we would have needed it".

"I was so engrossed in the game and the preparation side, my focus wan't about the pitch believe it or not. They sometimes play it on the ground and then you can play football". It makes a massive difference.

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Klopp was also angry due to West Brom not watering their pitch at halftime. But that is how it is and we have to deal with that. If the pitch is dry, you can pass the ball not really through three or four yards.

He added on Hegazi, who is likely to face retrospective punishment for the Ings incident: "I don't have to say anything about that. I know the first four places play Champions League next year but it's always better to finish second than third or fourth".

"And with the penalty situation, people were laughing at Ings that he goes down in that situation, nobody can stand on their feet in that situation".

"If any of us knew what has gone wrong, we'd have changed it 10 games ago".

The Serie A side overturned a 4-1 first leg deficit to beat Barcelona on away goals by shutting out Lionel Messi and a former Liverpool favourite Luis Suarez in a famous 3-0 second leg win.

Livermore repeatedly blocked Loris Karius at set-pieces and, though European officials may penalise such a tactic, the Liverpool keeper did not look in command of his area.

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