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Liverpool FC manager Jurgen Klopp has once again reiterated Egypt international Mohamed Salah’s ‘world-class’ status.

This came after Salah’s clutch goal in big come back win again Bournemouth when Liverpool were going through their worst spell in the season.

That goal was Salah’s 70th goal in only 100 appearances which is the best return for any Liverpool, player in their first 100 games

That goal also marked Salah scoring 20 goals or more in all competitions for the third campaign in a row – the first Liverpool player to achieve that since Michael Owen in the 2002-03 season.

“I don’t think he needed that goal to do that, but it helps obviously that people [will] remember you,” Klopp told the club’s official website.

“Incredibly important goal, a super performance – a really, really good game of Mo.

“He is an outstanding striker, a world-class striker. It’s really nice, I’m really happy for him that he reached that mark and I think Sadio (Mane) has the chance to do similar stuff. That would be really cool,” he added.

“We need the boys because with all the good stuff you can do on the pitch, in the end you need somebody to finish it off and very often, thank God, it was Mo.”

Mane is currently on 18 goals for the season and will be seeing Atletico Madrid as an opportunity to add to his talley with important goals

The flying African wingers are now only 2 wins away from delivering the first league title to Anfield in 30 years and the Reds first ever Premier League title

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