Mohamed Salah believes Liverpool can end six-year wait for silverware

Mohamed Salah believes Liverpool can end six-year wait for silverware

Mohamed Salah believes Liverpool can end six-year wait for silverware

The ball bounced on top of the crossbar not just once but twice, firstly off the fingertips of Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford. They are just an outstanding side and it was a hard game today. It was a tough, tough match for both teams. How [is] always, we could have done better in a few moments.

"Bringing one player in would change everything?"

"If I remember the first two chances were for us". Yes he had the chances and he didn't use them, but he was pretty much not [easy] to defend in one-on-one situations.

"He did really well until that moment and it is something no-one expected".

"I would like to think that Jurgen Klopp will get into trouble for that", Mills said. "I would imagine most Evertonians feel the same". I don't say it was a lack of respect because I didn't see it. I don't know what he did and the way he did it. I don't think he expected anything like that either. "It was a lucky, lucky, lucky day for Liverpool". If you see now he is sitting in the dressing room and has a cut on his foot - 20 minutes from the end he got it, I don't know how it happened but it was a very painful thing.

Let's not dwell on the result. We have to win football games. That's the way we were handling them. He got unlucky. He has been brilliant for us. Proud to be an Evertonian as always.

Chasing a first win at Anfield since 1999, Everton created the better of the openings in the first half, but found Liverpool goalkeeper Allison in inspired form.

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"We don't want to look for excuses but that's how it is".

"We can not go home to Germany". We are devastated for ourselves and the fans.

If we are to improve quickly, we need to replace Gueye with the likes of Loftus cheek to play alongside Gomez, if we can secure his signature.

"If I could describe it (how he felt) then I would have control over it".

Everton simply look a different team under Silva than they did under Sam Allardyce last season. Both Chelsea and Arsenal have made hugely impressive starts to the season under new managers in Maurizio Sarri and Emery respectively, but nobody really believes they can beat City to the title.

However, deep into added time the frame of the goal actually came to his aid when Pickford failed to deal with Van Dijk's looping half-effort and the Belgium striker poked home from a couple of yards. We have to keep the ball, especially against counter-attacking sides.

Arsenal moved above Tottenham, on goal difference, into fourth place thanks to a 4-2 win over its fierce north London rival in a game that had it all: Penalties, a red card, clashes between players and fans lighting flares in the stands.

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