Jurgen Klopp reveals why Mohamed Salah didn’t begin Manchester Metropolis conflict

The Liverpool supervisor has revealed why he didn’t begin Mohamed Salah throughout their titanic conflict in opposition to Manchester Metropolis on Sunday.

In what a recreation that might outline this 12 months’s Premier League title race, the treble winners journey to Anfield looking for their first win on the floor in over 14 years.

Whereas Pep Guardiola’s facet appear to be simply coming into type as their injured gamers return, Jurgen Klopp is with out a number of first-team gamers.

On the prime of that record is Salah who solely simply returned to full-team coaching earlier this week and who solely makes the bench for this Sunday’s encounter.

Chatting with Sky Sports activities previous to kick-off, the German supervisor revealed that he didn’t wish to threat the Egyptian winger so quickly after coming back from harm.

“We didn’t even take into consideration him beginning the sport.” He stated by way of the Mirror.

“There are issues in life you’ll be able to study from, and the final time Mo got here again a bit early and was unfortunate that he acquired somewhat setback.”

Salah isn’t the one massive identify not beginning sadly with the likes of Ibrahima Konate, Diogo Jota and Alisson Becker not even making the squad.