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08 Abril 2018, 06:08 | Cornelio Vivanco
GETTYLiverpool news Jurgen Klopp has been discussing Mohamed Salah with Man City on the horizon
A high-intensity start for the Reds was enough to blow their competition out of the water in just 30 minutes.
At a press conference, the 50-year-old told reporters: "We have tried everything to make him available".
Liverpool resumed their dominance as Everton retreated back into their shell after the restart, much to the ire of the home faithful.
On Liverpool's performance and the result...
Everton manager Sam Allardyce said: "As talented as Wayne is and as good as he is on the ball, we needed to get around the pitch a bit more".
Should Jose Mourinho's side win their derby and stop Manchester City claiming the title later on Saturday, they will open up a four-point gap to Jurgen Klopp's side and retain a game in hand. The German international is still suffering from a back injury, and while reports that his season is over are premature, he is still no closer to a return to action.
It is a story that continues to baffle and hypnotise - those covering the game - in equal measure. It's the same with [Andy Robertson]. But now we have to wait for the real diagnosis, not Mo's self-diagnosis.
No, [it was because of] last Wednesday, they played that.
"I have never been part of the best team in the world but I always knew it is possible to beat them". Sadio was a threat, especially in the first half and did really well.
Liverpool face Everton at Goodison tomorrow lunchtime and Mohamed Salah, among others, are believed to be serious doubts, although Klopp refused to go into any details about his squad's injuries.
That is the incomprehensible effect that the talisman goal-scorer is having on Egypt at the moment.
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"[But] that's completely normal, until then it was not the game the people wanted, but that was not our job to do that, it's not our 1A solution but our 1B and we take that".
Isco, 25, recently scored a hat-trick against Argentina for Spain but it was his post-match comments that made the headlines. Of course not. I am completely happy.
That's a huge shame and like Klopp said, "a few idiots" have ruined things.
Klopp added that he would not risk playing Salah in Saturday's derby if it is clear he is not fully ready.
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The42 is on Instagram! "In the Premier League we've got plenty of opportunities to do the job", said the Belgium international. A more plausible explanation would be that Guardiola's younger lads melted in the extraordinary athmosphere inside the ground.
Barcelona vence cómodamente a la Roma
Al contraataque también se sumó Piqué que, atento al rechace, transformó el tercero sin oposición (3-0, min.59). Entre Umtiti y un defensa italiano hicieron que la pelota se meta nuevamente en el arco romano.