I'm Not Worried About Mohamed Salah - Former Top Flight Midfielder

Rex Christensen
March 20, 2019

Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp has explained why Senegalese star, Sadio Mane, is now doing better than Egyptian forward, Mohamed Salah.

The Egypt worldwide scored 44 times in his first season at Anfield and although he has 20 in the current campaign, his goalless run of seven matches is the longest he has experienced since a 10-game streak for Roma in 2015-16.

Liverpool required an 81st-minute penalty from James Milner to secure a 2-1 win at relegation-threatened Fulham and return to the top of the Premier League yesterday.

In contrast, Salah has now gone seven games without scoring.

"We started really well, and did a lot of good things but lost the rhythm a bit", Klopp told Sky Sports.

"Sadio played pretty much always like this but now he is always in the right spot in the right moment".

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"That's exactly what Mo Salah has to do, exactly the same: just work, do the right things and it will come again".

"Every time I've seen Sadio Mane over the past six weeks I keep saying to him: 'Golden Boot, Golden Boot!' because I know he's got it in his locker to do it", Aldridge revealed in the Liverpool Echo.

"But then, he is in the right shape and maybe a yard away from him is Mo, but somebody else scored".

"Sadio has now got himself into a situation in which he's got an outside chance of getting it - although I don't think it's got anything to do with me telling him!"

It seems as though the former Liverpool man has thrown his weight behind their campaign to win the Premier League and Champions League.

Salah has netted 20 goals and notched up nine assists across all competitions for Liverpool so far this season.

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