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Liverpool's Mo Salah Voted Champions League Player of the Week

Liverpool's Mo Salah Voted Champions League Player of the Week Liverpool's Mo Salah Voted Champions League Player of the Week
Alejandro Castrejon | Abril 06, 2018, 18:01

"The bus is destroyed".

The German manager looks set to hand opportunities to a host of fringe players as he realises the need to utilise his squad as the injuries continue to mount for the Reds. Why should I celebrate it? 'No one expected it but he hit the ground running.

Salah and Mane's goals were sandwiched by a long range effort by Englishman Alex Oxlade Chamberlain. "It is not about rotation".

City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, however, played down the incident, adding: "It was ok".

With City harbouring similar aspirations to the since-dethroned Londoners, Guardiola needs his most influential player to avoid the mistakes of their predecessors and not taking their position for granted. The poll closes at 23:59 GMT on Monday, April 9, with the winner to be announced on Friday, April 13.

The Mirror quoted him saying, "I hope not... he said to me immediately after the game: 'all fine, all good'", said Klopp.

And Liverpool FC defender Van Dijk feels that Salah can beat anyone when he is on form.

De Bruyne told the The Premier League Show "the way City chased and the plan for people coming in" had also been deciding factors. Usually they are preceded by a shortlist of candidates before the formal awards ceremony in London.

"I don't want to give information away and we want to wait".

Only two teams - Barcelona and Deportivo La Coruna - have progressed in the knockout stages after trailing by three goals or more since the Champions League era started in 1993.

Salah has plundered a prolific 37 goals this season, while de Bruyne has been an orchestrator on multiple levels for his side. "They are so fast, so direct".

"That's a very good thing to have in a team".

Liverpool are undefeated against Everton since Klopp took charge in 2015, winning four of their five meetings.

Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has revealed that during his time at Chelsea he barely spoke to boss Jose Mourinho.

De Bruyne said that Mo Salah gets his vote.