Klopp: Salah not unplayable
Mohamed Salah is "really good" but not unplayable, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists Mohamed Salah is not unplayable, but he is happy with the in-form forward.
Salah, who arrived at Anfield from Roma in the off-season, has scored 10 goals and provided two assists in 13 Premier League games this campaign.
The Egypt international opened the scoring against his former club Chelsea in a 1-1 draw on Saturday and while Klopp is pleased with the 25-year-old, he dismissed suggestions Salah was unplayable.
"No-one is unplayable, but he is really good so that's good for us. Especially now for us he had a fantastic game against Chelsea," he said.
"It was really difficult to defend him.
"They changed their formation a bit in the second half. They put [Marcos] Alonso a little bit higher so [Gary] Cahill could play more as a proper defender in that space."
Sixth-placed Liverpool visit Stoke City on Wednesday.