Mohamed Salah: I want to win trophies with Liverpool

Mohamed Salah: I want to win trophies with Liverpool

Mohamed Salah: I want to win trophies with Liverpool

Jordan Pickford, in Everton's goal, was at fault for the goal, but as the ball bounced into the net it was Klopp who commanded the attention by running to goalkeeper Alisson and jumping into his arms. We are tested because we can take it. In the second half we started to control the match on the field and we didn't deserve this result, it should have been a draw.

Liverpool now lie second in the English Premier League table with 33 points from 13 matches, two points behind leaders Manchester City.

"It as a cruel finish for us but that is football", Silva lamented.

Klopp's team are arguably the most like challengers to Premier League leaders Manchester City this season and Rodgers told The Mail on Sunday: "I want to see them do well, of course".

The Egypt worldwide was imperious in a 44-goal 2017-18 season that nonetheless ended without any trophies for Jurgen Klopp's side.

"I have to apologise for how I reacted". He said: 'All of your colleagues have asked me about the situation but to be honest I didn't see it.

"I said it to him, when I went to him on the pitch I had it in my mind".

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And despite losing the match in gut wrenching fashion in the final seconds, much credit has to go to Marco Silva and his men for making the derby a tightly contested affair right till the very end.

Manchester City's victory over Bournemouth on Saturday meant that a victory over the Toffees was required for Klopp's side if they were to stay hot on the heels of last season's champions. We don't want to look for excuses but that's how it is.

Lets keep our peckers up, Jordan will be sicker than all of us tonight, us loyal fans will back him to the hilt, not like them bastards with Karius! The days of rolling over and being frightened have gone, I only see improvement in this Everton team.

Liverpool plays Burnley on Tuesday. Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal are all on the fixture list before the month is out, meaning things seem likely to get worse before they get better.

"I don't sleep well after many games, really, but we have got a game on Wednesday and I will show people what I can do", he said.

"We know we held our own against a good Liverpool side and we know it's always going to be tough coming to places like this".

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