The contentious interaction between Salah and Jurgen Klopp during the West Ham United game is discussed by the manager.

According to the Evening Standard, there was more going on during Liverpool’s match against West Ham than only on the pitch as manager Jurgen Klopp and star striker Mohamed Salah became tense. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

After a dull performance against Everton in the Merseyside derby, the Egyptian was benched. Michail Antonio’s goal for West Ham tied the score at 2-2 while Salah was waiting for his opportunity to enter the game.

Klopp approached Salah on the touchline, sparking a heated exchange that required intervention from teammates Darwin Nunez and Joe Gomez.

When pressed for details on the confrontation, Klopp remained tight-lipped, stating, “No. But we spoke already in the dressing room, for me that’s done.”

He hinted at Salah also considering the issue resolved, saying, “That was my impression, yeah.”

Klopp also opened up on his side’s profligacy, with 28 shots failing to secure victory, which further decreases their chances of winning the EPL.

“We just conceded out of nothing and need a few more chances and kind of scrappy goals in the end to score twice,” Klopp said.

“That has been the story of the last four weeks.”


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