Van Dijk is Liverpool's towering colossus at the back, while Salah is the cold-blooded goalscorer who can poach goals and fire them in from 25-yards à la Chelsea. They had chances against us in the first game, especially in the second half and we know we need to do a little bit better than that.
Liverpool star and top scorer Mohamed Salah has made Alan Shearer's Team of the Week for the second consecutive week after a stunning goal against Chelsea.
"I am so proud of what the boys did, and I loved, loved, loved the atmosphere - it was outstanding what the people did". "It is part of the things you have to deal with and he is working hard every single day". Their next two matches are against the lowly placed Cardiff City and Huddersfield town which should see them pick up six points without too much of a problem.
"I had the best view", Klopp said, after Salah's first goal from outside the area in the league since January 2018. Against title rivals Manchester City, winger Riyad Mahrez skied a 90th minute penalty that would have sealed a key victory for the Blues.
A semi-final berth against either Barcelona or Manchester United beckons and Lawrenson hopes his old club face the former so that the likes of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez can arrive for another famous night at Anfield.
Both teams are playing football which is technically brilliant and entertaining, masterfully organised by two of the game's great managers - City's Pep Guardiola and Liverpool's Juergen Klopp. As a result, it seems as though the 2019 Premier League is going to go all of the way down to the wire.
The defeat means that Chelsea's position in the top four is now under threat, and Sarri admitted that he is well aware that his side will be in a tough battle until the end of the season.
But the title is still in City's hands and they will win it if they will all of their remaining games.