Salah in diving storm as Liverpool win at Palace


The centre-back arrived from Southampton for £75 million - a world-record fee for a defender - in January, with Klopp now believing the 27-year-old is worth every penny Liverpool paid.

In addition, the 51-year-old was full of praise for Virgil van Dijk's display, which he described as "really, really good", explaining: "I don't know a lot of defenders in the world that can defend Christian Benteke in almost 100 per cent of the situations".

Former Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho was the culprit as he had a couple of clumsy nibbles at Salah and invited the Egyptian to go down, albeit softly, as he looked to turn the Frenchman from Firmino's pass to feet.

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Fifteen minutes before the final whistle, Aaron Wan-Bissaka was sent off for taking down Mohamed Salah on his way to a goal. That's good - a big step for us. We won it because we scored in two very decisive moments. For me, it was clear, it was not a penalty. It's a cause for frustration and anger. We were angry in the first minute but in football you do not have time to cry, we carried on, we tried in the second half. But if you ask me about the team's performance, I thought it was very, very good.

"I couldn't care less really". There's no way he's looking to foul the player. For me it was clear; it was not a penalty. If that's a penalty, then the game has changed beyond all recognition.

"It was going to be very tough, we knew before it was going to be a big fight, but we prepared very well, everyone was up for it and you could see that as well".

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While that's an understandable thing to do when you consider it's not hard to get a ball to the face in this situation, it was weird that the big Dutchman didn't turn to see where the ball went but rather stayed in the same position with a anxious look on his face.

However, our side did a tremendous job of calming the scene and wrapping it up into an easy three points, with help from a late Sadio Mane goal.

Liverpool's second successive win of the season leaves them in second place in the Premier League table, level on points with five other clubs and trailing reigning champions Manchester City on goal difference.

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