"He's a player in this market who is worth it, and maybe now people think he was too cheap! If it's against you, you'll think it's soft". Nevertheless, we move onto the player ratings. But Salah has won it and we've seen it time and time again.
If Klopp needs to try to change the course of the game he can look to his bench, where options include Jordan Henderson and Xherdan Shaqiri. "Liverpool didn't deserve to be leading".More news: Watch Jennifer Lopez Slay Her 2018 MTV VMAs Performance
Salah drew a foul from Aaron Wan-Bissaka that saw the young right-back dismissed before the Egypt star sent Sadio Mane clear to wrap up the points in injury time. Palace went forward with everything to get the equalizer, and Mane chose to put matters into his own hand, finding the back of the net for the third straight match against Palace.
It was Eagles' first defeat in the Premier League in seven matches, since they lost 2-1 to Liverpool on March 31, and despite the result Hodgson expressed his satisfaction with the character shown by his players.
"I don't want penalties for my team in that way - if you ask me one day "was it a penalty" and I don't say that those situations aren't penalties both for and against, then I'll be very disappointed in myself and you'll be quite entitled to take me up on it". We don't know what will happen in the future (with transfer fees), but it's not important to us.More news: Microsoft might launch its Sticky Notes app on Android and iPhone
"But obviously we are trying to work hard every day and hopefully we are going to keep on building on this and just keep going - that's the only thing for it and be positive". "I don't know a lot of centre-backs in the world who can deal with Christian Benteke like Van Dijk did", said Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.
Liverpool passed their first test away from Anfield this season to go level on points with five others at the top of the table. "I'm more interested in the fact we played really well".
The Premier League remains the only major, top-flight division in European football in which VAR will not contribute to the refereeing of matches, but despite his sense of injustice Milivojevic said: "I do not want VAR in this league".More news: Are Contact Lenses a New Hazard to Our Sealife?