Jurgen Klopp provides Mohamed Salah injury update

Jurgen Klopp provides Mohamed Salah injury update

Sadio Mane netted a stoppage time penalty to give Liverpool victory but it was the return of Salah which grabbed the attention after he went off in the Champions League final last May with a shoulder injury.

Man City took the lead in the 57th minute at MetLife Stadium through Leroy Sane before Salah's introduction five minutes later injected life into Jurgen Klopp's team and the crowd of 52,635.

"The problem is you have to invest well and, honestly, I think they did very well, because every player they bought are quality players and I'm happy for them".

But there was also a serious message behind Mourinho's observations as he cranked up the pressure on Klopp to end Liverpool's trophy drought, suggesting their priority had to be to win the league title for the first time in 28 years.

"We have a lot of young players out there who have never played in this squad and they all did well".

McManaman added, "Manchester City were so dominant so you wonder whether they can carry on going".

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Speaking at a press conference yesterday, Mourinho was a despondent figure as he refused to answer a question about whether United can compete for the Premier League title next season.

Current champions Manchester City, on the other hand, will lag behind in fourth place despite their dominant performance in the league last season, while West Ham and Tottenham make up the top six.

"[Salah] is fit, he trains completely normal and maybe he gets a few minutes tonight [against City] and we'll see that", Klopp said in an exclusive interview with ESPN FC. We have three more years contract, but the results will dictate what will happen in the future.

"If we are not able to be consistent and be there to win the title. football trainers are always in a risky position".

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