Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp thinks Mohamed Salah goals will silence critics

It never really worked out for Graeme Souness at Liverpool despite winning the FA Cup in 1992. Mandatory Credit David Cannon  Allsport

It never really worked out for Graeme Souness at Liverpool despite winning the FA Cup in 1992. Mandatory Credit David Cannon Allsport

In the Champions League group stage on Wednesday, Liverpool crushed Red Star Belgrade 4-0, securing three expected and important points in the competition.

Salah's second goal was his 50th for club and came in just his 65th appearance, a truly astonishing return from the Egyptian.

His key role in creating the opening goal at Anfield preceded a direct set-up for Mohamed Salah - with a deliciously deft touch - that the manager later described as "genius link-up play".

"I think he [Salah] would say thanks to his team-mates because it's quite hard to score goals without these wonderful passes, ..." "Really. If he is not celebrating, I don't know if he is maybe a bit annoyed about getting asked about it [his scoring record]".

"I am enjoying the football here and you can see that on the pitch".

Jurgen Klopp has made Liverpool fans wait for a glimpse of what big-money summer signing Fabinho can do in a red shirt. It's an exceptional number and hopefully he can continue.

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"This group obviously stays exciting until the end, that was I thought pretty clear immediately after the draw, but you can not do more than win your own games, and then the situation changes in your favour".

The Serbian league champions had a couple early scoring chances but Liverpool quickly settled into their attacking rhythm peppered with some pinpoint long passes to Salah.

Red Star fans were officially banned from Anfield on Wednesday night but the jeers that could be heard when Shaqiri was on the ball indicated that several had found their way inside.

He caused a storm along with Switzerland team-mate Granit Xhaka when they both celebrated goals against Serbia at the World Cup in Russian Federation by making an Albanian nationalist eagle symbol with their hands.

"I'm really proud to play in the Champions League from the beginning, and I just try to give my best for the team". "It makes sense that I first think before I speak", he said.

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