Jurgen Klopp delighted with Salah’s goal against Salzburg

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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said that Mohamed Salah’s goal against RB Salzburg made him really happy.

On Tuesday evening Liverpool topped their UEFA Champions League group after beating RB Salzburg 2-0 in game-week six, to secure a spot in the round of 16.

Salah scored his side’s second to put the game to bed with an incredible finish from what was seemingly an impossible angle.

READ: Jordan Henderson amazed by Salah’s ‘magnificent’ finish

This marked the 28-year-old’s fourth goal in the Champions League this season and his 11th across all competitions.

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Klopp, who just extended his contract with the Reds until 2024, said that he was delighted with the Egyptian’s goal especially after the chances he missed throughout the game

“I was really happy with his goal, because of the missed situations before. We created them really well,” Klopp said.

“Don’t see in stats for missed chances cause he scores all the time. He is in good shape. He is always free cause of his movement. An incredible goal for Mo,” he continued.

Liverpool remain unbeaten in the Premier League and will hope to keep this strong run when they face Watford in their next game on Saturday December 14th.

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