Mohamed Salah today failed to score as well as Reds fans had hoped

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Mohamed Salah today failed to score as well as Reds fans had hoped.

Not Mo Salah’s day

Despite being considered one of Jurgen Klopp’s best signings, Mohamed Salah today failed to score as well as Reds fans had hoped. Egypt had the number one chance to score a goal in this game with 7 goals, although 5 goals were on target. But it wasn’t good enough to get past goalkeeper José Sa. He was also the most advanced player in the game (3) and had the lowest pass completion rate on the team. Only 69%.

The loud cheers of the Kop and the proud smiles of The Normal One.

Those in the Kop who came to the full capacity of the stadium today showed their strength in cheering for Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp สมัคร ufabet from before the start of the game until the end of the farewell ceremony for the German boss by singing the song “You Never Walk Alone”. Sung time and time again by supporters across the Anfield stadium, it reflects the unspeakable love that Liverpool fans have for The Normal One.

Jurgen Klopp walk out of the tunnel with the biggest smile of his managerial career. He happily waved hello to the fans before leading his team to a beautiful victory over Wolverhampton. At the end of the game, after the 4th referee held up the overtime sign, Klopp’s smile began to change into an expression of deep satisfaction. His expression could tell that he was barely holding back tears. Such was his love for Liverpool throughout his nine seasons as head coach.

After the game at Anfield there was a proper farewell ceremony for the German boss, with the senior and youth players gathering in a line to applaud and show their respect to Jurgen Klopp and his team. his Including two players who will leave the team this season like Thiago Alcantara and Joel Matip, Klopp thanked all football fans around the world. Including asking all football fans to continue sending support to the team under Arne Slot’s work next season. Before taking the staff to walk to thank the fans at Anfield, it was Jurgen Klopp’s last moment as Liverpool manager.