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Jurgen Klopp tells Mohamed Salah where he must improve for Liverpool FC

Jurgen Klopp tells Mohamed Salah where he must improve for Liverpool FC

Southampton turned down several attempts to sign the Dutchman, but it is understood they are willing to listen to offers in January.

Gomez, England's man of the match at centre-back against Brazil earlier in the week, is likely to replace Alexander-Arnold in Seville.

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Jurgen Klopp has himself admitted that he is surprised by how well Salah has done in his first few months at Anfield. Astonishingly, Salah has 14 goals in 18 appearances, in all competitions this season, already matching the total of last season's top scorer for Liverpool (Philippe Coutinho who scored 14 in 36 appearances) and if he keeps this current vein of form, you wonder just how many he could end up with.

Salah's brace also means that he surpasses Mido - the former Ajax, Tottenham West Ham and Middlesbrough striker - as the Egyptian with the most goals (79) in European football to his name.

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Liverpool's pressure finally paid off as man of the moment Salah curled a beautiful effort into the top corner to give his side a lead after 32 minutes. Perhaps Southampton are not the same team they were last season, but Liverpool aren't either.

Salah's double was enough to see the Reds take a 2-0 lead into the halftime break. The Egyptian was played in on the left of the box and dinked the ball past Fraser Forster and in.

And after twelve round of league games, Mohamed Salah has managed to eclipse the costlier Romelu Lukaku, Alexandre Lacazette, Alvaro Morata and Bernardo Silva with his all-around play.

Mido tweeted, "remember when the Liverpool fans made fun of me when I said 3 years ago that Salah is 10 times better thn Sterling.well now they know I was right!keep going son!"

The Sun posted two big images of him with the caption "Mo Salah makes history", while The Daily Mail wrote, "Mohamed Salah was a kid at Chelsea but he's a man now".