Liverpool strike through Salah and go on to defeat Fulham

Doug Mendoza
November 12, 2018

Sunday's Premier League clash at Anfield was goalless with the interval approaching and it was the visitors who had previously looked more likely to break the deadlock.

Fulham captain Tom Cairney's curling cross was headed home by Serbian striker Aleksandar Mitrovic but the linesman's flag was up for offside.

"I'm not sure", the Liverpool manager said.

Straight after Fulham had a goal disallowed for offside, Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson took a quick free kick to find right back Trent Alexander-Arnold, who played in Salah to race in on goal and open the scoring in the 41st minute.

"If a player is fit and is called up, then they go". We have just caught them off guard; they are all sprinting back and the ball is in the back of the net before they can even do anything about it.

The Merseyside outfit have been in solid form this season and they are one of the main contenders for the Premier League title under Jurgen Klopp.

The German tactician, however, stated that he always prefer for his players to stay out of worldwide games but as with Keita's case, it would be a chance to get back to training and playing.

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Xherdan Shaqiri added to the lead after 53 minutes when he volleyed home a deep cross by Andrew Robertson.

"We scored a clearer goal, which was not offside, and didn't get it".

The home side move above Chelsea and Manchester City into first place ahead of their games later on Sunday.

Midfielders Naby Keita and Jordan Henderson both returned from hamstring injuries as substitutes and Klopp said he was happy for both to now go away on global duty.

"Midweek was a massive disappointment - we don't hide away from that fact", said the left-back.

Fulham have now conceded two or more goals for the 10th time in 12 matches this season, and almost had to pick the ball out of the back of the net again when Roberto Firmino found Robertson on the counter, but Rico was on hand to keep the score at 2-0.

"In this country normally you can not show disrespect to the referee and this is a problem because it's shown disrespect to my team, myself and Fulham supporters", said Jokanovic, who is under scrutiny after seven successive defeats left the Cottagers bottom of the table. In the league we're doing that really well. In the end we were a bit lucky.

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