Liverpool striker Salah to have museum built in his honour

Liverpool striker Salah to have museum built in his honour

Liverpool striker Salah to have museum built in his honour

Notable admirers included team-mate Andy Robertson, "For somebody playing out of position, he covered so well, he cleared away and had so many good blocks".

Liverpool have been pretty brilliant so far this season as Jurgen Klopp's side attempt to end the hoodoo that has been standing over the Reds' since the Premier League started, not winning the league.

Arsenal took on Liverpool in the final game of 2018 at Anfield and the match was scheduled to be a cracker.

"He's not that type of player", the left-back said.

Thus, Klopp's pattern of adaption has borne fruit on several occasions, with a similar strategy appearing to bring the best out of Fabinho following his arrival in the summer. "Naby is experiencing a wee bit now, Fabinho has experienced it, Shaq has experienced it", Robertson reflected. It did for me and once I got used to it I've not really looked back.

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And with Dejan Lovren, Joe Gomez and Adam Lallana now unavailable for selection due to injuries, and Joel Matip making his way back to full fitness, Klopp is hopeful the short break will prove beneficial.

It was his third penalty goal in four league games, having also notched against Arsenal and Newcastle United after drawing both fouls himself from Sokratis Papastathopoulous and Paul Dummett, respectively.

The defender revealed a security member asked who he was before the Brighton player embarrassingly told how he was a player for the club.

However, football fans were quick to accuse Salah of simulation as the Liverpool man was subject to criticism for the way he went down. "To have a good footballer in that position when you have the ball is great". And I thought we deserved to get something'.

However, Egypt worldwide Salah has come in for a slew of criticism after he won his side a penalty - which he duly converted - after being impeded in the area by German midfielder Pascal Gross, but his teammate Robertson has jumped to his defence.

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