Liverpool v Roma - story of the match

Jurgen Klopp explains why Salah flopped at Chelsea

Jurgen Klopp speaks out about Mohamed Salah and Kevin de Bruyne Chelsea departures

Police in Liverpool said that a 53-year-old man from Ireland suffered a head injury before Tuesday's Champions League clash at Anfield.

Defender Trent Alexander-Arnold admitted he had not played in a more enjoyable game, up to the point when Roma scored.

Salah has been in red hot form this season and is the leading goal scorer in the Premier League and Champions League, boasting with a total of 43 goals in all competitions.

"Conceding two goals is not what you want, 100 per cent, but it's not to change anymore and we can deal with that".

If Salah can keep up his goalscoring and his knack of influencing the outcome of important matches he will certainly be a contender, and his Anfield team-mates are backing him all the way.

"A phenomenal player", said another ex-Liverpool star, Robbie Fowler, of the one-time Chelsea winger, while Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp exclaimed: "What a player!"

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'I have been in contact with a family member and they are aware that we are raising money.

"It's a massive game, we need to be ready, we will try everything we can to be ready for that". In the latest virtuoso performance of his stunning first season at Liverpool, Salah produced two world-class finishes in the first half then set up further goals for Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino to help his team into a scarcely believable five-goal lead in the Champions League semifinals. "There would have been work if we had won 5-0".

Alexander-Arnold (pictured) is well aware Roma turned around their quarter-final against Barcelona, losing the first leg 4-1 at the Nou Camp but winning 3-0 in Italy.

Fianna Fail TD Thomas Byrne said: 'I sincerely hope and pray that Sean Cox, a most decent man of the Dunboyne community, makes a full recovery'.

Gyan's comment was in response to a tweet by top Ghanaian journalist Juliet Bawuah, who had tweeted "Can we start talking about Ballon d'Or?"

Moloney said: "As it happens I know Sean Cox".

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