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Soaring high

Soaring high

The new will be a big boost to Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, who knows he is going to need all of his key players fit and firing if he is to guide the Anfield outfit to their first Premier League title this term, and the Netherlands worldwide certainly falls into that category.

Egyptian footballer Mohamed Salah scored his 50th goal for Liverpool on Friday night, helping his English club team beat Southampton 3-1 and return to the top of the Premier League.

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"Both bring in the right mood, are lively, are aggressive, all that stuff - I liked it a lot, and then we had direction in the game". We were well organised, we pressed high and were everywhere on the pitch. They scored a nice goal, not world-class defending but we stayed calm.

"We are always going to be risky with the players we have, with the way we play, and you saw it was always going to be hard to defend against us for 90 minutes for them". After that we controlled it more.

"After nine games [without scoring], I'm very happy to score a goal to help the team".

Shane Long's 50th Premier League goal had put Southampton into an early lead but Naby Keita's first strike for Liverpool ensured the scores were level at the interval.

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The man himself was delighted to end his goal-scoring drought. "Really, the boys are mentality monsters - I love that".

Jordan Henderson and James Milner were introduced in the second-half for Trent Alexander-Arnold and Gini Wijnaldum. Now we score a fantastic goal after we win the ball - a fantastic, fantastic goal.

Salah's victor was his 18th goal in the Premier League this season, which finds him second in the top goalscorer's chart behind Sergio Aguero (19).

The Reds captain has endured a long run without a goal too, and Salah was in jovial mood after the match, even finding time to mock his skipper.

Naby Keita's has showed his competency in Liverpool's midfield, but his maiden campaign in a Red shirt has been rather underwhelming.

Van Dijk's performances this season has meant the Reds have a realistic chance of ending a 29-year wait for winning a league title, with the centre-back likely to be in contention for individual awards at the end of the season, as the former Manchester United defender revealed his vote would go to him.

"I told the boys we have a good mentality among us".

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