Liverpool had a comfortable win at Selhurst park on Saturday afternoon. The results of the game was virtually decided in the first half after their incessant attack produced three goals from Minamino, Bobby Firmino and Saido Mane respectively.
Saido Mane showed clear infuriation following his substitution. However, Jurgen Klopp had his say on the situation.
" ..they do what i say, but they are human beings and they react in a specific way. After the game Saido was completely fine so it all good." He continued that, Mane was not angry because Mohammed Salah replaced him but it could be the time at which he was substitute or something else.
Jurgen Klopp men have now open a six point gap leading with 31 points. Liverpool seem to be the only team to have shown great resilient after being hit with a number of significant injuries.
If their current form is something to write home about, then Liverpool could win the premier league for the second time. However, they still face keen competition from Tottenham Hotspurs, Chelsea and Manchester United.
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