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 Klopp about Mohamed Salah's anger at the bench of Liverpool's bench: It is not the most important thing in the world!

The German coach Juergen Klopp, the coach of Liverpool, spoke again about the replacement of our Egyptian player, Mohamed Salah, against Chelsea in the Premier League, and the angry reaction of the Reds wing.



Liverpool fell in "Anfield" with a clean goal at the hands of Chelsea, in the match that brought the two teams together yesterday evening, Thursday, in the meetings of the twenty-ninth round of the Premier League.

Salah participated in the match as a starting point, and was substituted in the 62nd minute, and Alex Chamberlain replaced him, and Mo appeared completely angry after his substitution.

Klopp, after the end of the match, spoke to the media, justifying the reason for his substitution for Salah, because Al-Masry was a little tired (see what he said?).


At the press conference for Sunday's confrontation with Fulham, Juergen spoke again about the matter, saying:
 "I think Mohamed Salah enjoys the pressure! His scoring record is still great. I could have changed other players last night."

And continue:
"But it was more about someone who felt a little tired, maybe he saw it different, that's good. I don't think Salah feels pressured, being at the top of the scorers' rankings, I think he enjoys that somewhat."

He added:
 "Salah's reaction? Did he replace the reason? I'm not sure, he was not happy to be a striker, and he definitely wanted to stay. It's a normal issue and everything is fine."

And he continued:
"We all have to develop, of course, Mohamed Salah is still a great scorer, and everyone knows that he can score more goals, this is not a problem, but in general as a team we have to improve."

And he added:
  "We make decisions, then we have to write stories in order to explain them, but these discussions are never involved. Make decisions and the kids accept that."

He concluded his remarks, saying:
"What happened is not the most important thing in the world. We played half an hour without Mohamed Salah, and this may be a reason for him to be able to play again on Sunday."

It is noteworthy that Liverpool is preparing to meet Fulham, on Sunday afternoon, at "Anfield", as part of the 27th round of the English Premier League.

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