Jurgen Klopp comment on Salah snubbing goal celebration at Bournemouth


Jurgen Klopp has answered questions on why Mo Salah refuse to celebrate his second goal against Bournemouth

The Egyptian scored three times to fire Liverpool to top of the of the Premier League table as he went top of the PL top scorer chart.

Salah has not been on his best in recent weeks but made an excellent show against Bournemouth, causing havoc in the Cherries back line.

He opened the scoring with a rebounds from Roberto Firmino hurl before a particularly low-key celebration.

Salah's reaction to his second goal was as muted before he ran over to the travelling fans after completing his hat-trick.

But boss Jurgen Klopp has said there is absolutely nothing to worry about it.

"I didn't really see it to be honest," Klopp said.

"I'm not sure - if he didn't celebrate I cannot say anything about it because I didn't see it."

Meanwhile, at the end of the game Mohamed Salah refused to take the man of the match award insisting the price goes to James Milner instead.

"I'm not taking it," Salah said. "It's his (Milner’s) 500th game.

"He deserves it today, he's had an amazing career. I hope I have more games like this in my career but I will not take it."

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