Liverpool goalkeeper hates facing Mohamed Salah in training

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Liverpool reserve goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher hates facing Mohamed Salah

- Yasmine El Tohamy - Liverpool reserve goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher has revealed that he hates facing Mohamed Salah in training on a daily basis.

Kelleher, 22, has made four appearances for Liverpool this season, including two in the UEFA Champions League and once in the Premier League.

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Jurgen Klopp has hailed the Irishman before for his performances, and the keeper believes that coming up against Liverpool’s front-three daily is the reason for his improvement.

In a YouTube video on the , Kelleher was answering ‘assumptions’ from fans, when he was asked if he hated facing Salah in training.

Replying to the assumption, Kelleher said: “I hate facing all the strikers. My confidence is getting killed every time I’m facing them!

“Obviously it’s the best training you can get. Probably the best three attackers in the world on a daily basis, it takes your game to another level. It’s class.

“They’re just so in sync and so in tune with each other, it’s unbelievable to watch,” he added.

Mohamed Salah

Salah managed to end a six-match league run without a goal following a brace against West Ham United in a 3-1 victory for Liverpool at the London Stadium on Sunday.

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The Egypt star scored a beautiful curler to break the deadlock for the Reds in the first goal, but it was the second goal that caught the headlines.

The brace cemented Salah’s position at the top of the league’s goalscoring chart with 15 goals, three ahead of his closest rival Harry Kane (12).

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