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Klopp talks about Mohamed Salah's canceled goal and describes Burnley's performance as "wrestling"

Jurgen Klopp, coach of the professional English team Liverpool, confirmed that there are no injuries among his players after the violent interventions of Burnley players, in the confrontation that the Reds decided in his favour, 2-0, in the match that brought them together this afternoon, Saturday, In the second round of the English Premier League competitions at Anfield.

Klopp said in his statements after the match about the Burnley players’ interventions, “The players must be protected and we do not allow such interventions as the Burnley players did. Go and watch the wrestling if you like those interventions, there are no injuries from the Burnley players’ interventions, everything is good.”

"Jota's goal was fantastic, but he would not have scored without Tsemikas' cross," the Liverpool coach added.

Klopp continued, saying, "We scored two great goals and I loved Mohamed Salah's goal, had it not been canceled, satisfied with the performance."

The Egyptian star Mohamed Salah scored the second goal for Liverpool against Burnley in the 27th minute, but it was canceled due to offside.

In the 18th minute, Portuguese Diego Jota scored the first goal for the Reds against Burnley, with a superb header.

In the 69th minute, Senegal's Sadio Mane scored the second goal for Liverpool, after receiving a magic pass inside the Burnley penalty area, and then fired it perfectly into the latter's net.

With this result, the Liverpool team temporarily climbs to the top of the English Premier League, after reaching the sixth point, 3 points behind runner-up Manchester United, while Burnley receive their second defeat in the new season.