Liverpool's Egyptian winger is confirmed to miss Tuesday's anticipated Champions league match against Barcelona due to injury according to coach Jurgen Klopp. Just because he used to wear a red shirt, it doesn't mean he has to pretend he is not excited to score a great goal in a massive Champions League game.
The Argentine scored twice last week and will want to inflict more damage on the Premier League side alongside two former Liverpool stars Luis Suarez - who scored (and celebrated) last time out - and Brazilian playmaker Philippe Coutinho.
"He feels OK but that is not good enough from a medical point of view. That's all. He's desperate [to play in] everything, but we can not do it". There's still that sense of belief but we know it's going to be hard.
Either way, the usually quiet home crowd will have a role to play if Liverpool are to complete a miraculous comeback. "We lost 3-0 there but then at home we changed seven or eight positions and we won 2-0 and we should have won 5-0 without a shadow of a doubt".
"We try to win the game".
"Two of the world's best strikers are out tomorrow and we have to score four goals against Barcelona to go through".
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Salah's absence on Tuesday is major blow for Klopp and Liverpool, however, as they attempt to pull off a memorable victory against Barca. This season Barca has been no strangers in getting results in England this campaign having defeated Spurs 4-2 during the group stage and edging Manchester United at the quarter-final stage. To do so, the Romans had overturned a three-goal deficit from the first leg in the Camp Nou.
"There's hope and it's football".
"Still, as long as we have 11 players out on that pitch, we'll give it a go", he added.
"We had a three-goal advantage past year as well and we still got knocked out", he said.
"People know how much work someone has done here and I think there will be more applause than whistles". That would be really nice. We can't compare ourselves to Roma or anyone else. "If we can't do it, let's fail in the most handsome way", said Klopp.