Jurgen Klopp bemoans Salah dive against Chelsea

Ruben Holloway
May 7, 2018

Following Chelsea's 1-0 victory over Liverpool on Sunday, Super Eagles forward, Victor Moses, has hailed his teammates over the victory and is looking forward to their next game against Huddersfield.

After 11 goals in seven games during a stunning stretch of form, Salah has now gone three games without a goal over the past week.

Speaking after the 1-0 defeat, as reported by TalkSPORT, Klopp was angry with Salah's decision to dive.

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Tasked with the central slot in a back three against a raging Liverpool attack, Chelsea's captain courageous did a commendable job to hold his own against the likes of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.

Given their exploits in reaching the Champions League final in Wednesday's semi-final second leg with Roma, Liverpool's failure to produce an intense start was unsurprising. But then during the game, bang. "I am so happy that we have got one full week and then we can show our full strength", Jurgen Klopp told Sky Sports on Sunday. "'I just want to pay tribute to him". But obviously it happened.

As a result, Chelsea looked the more threatening early on, with Giroud and Tiemoue Bakayoko getting in each other's way when a decent chance presented itself in the 14th minute, before Marcos Alonso tested Loris Karius from long distance. That is not right as well. The German mimed shirt pulling and added: "It was always like this and you have to deal with that". There was no space for nothing.

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"There was no space - and he can play with no space but not today". "That is it, all good".

A few weeks ago, the Blues looked down and out and nearly certain to miss out on Champions League football, but a combination of both Liverpool and Spurs dropping points and Chelsea winning their last four matches has changed the complexion of the top-four race.

As things stand, Liverpool are still 3rd on the table with 72 points from 37 games, with Tottenham (71 points from 36 games) and Chelsea (69 points from 36 games) snipping at their ankles. Chelsea and Tottenham have two games to play, while Brighton are Liverpool's only remaining opponents.

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