Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah”doesn’t seem bothered” with his failure to score in the previous eight matches, says director Jurgen Klopp.
The Egypt international, who scored 44 goals a year ago, has 20 this word but none as 9.
“It was an own goal but it was Mo’s header which made it.
Toby Alderweireld scored a goal at Anfield later Salah’s trick was parried by Spurs keeper Hugo Lloris right into his path.
Salah goal came in the 3-0 home league win over Bournemouth.
“how can you address a situation when he scored 40 goals this past 12 months?” Klopp expressed.
“His career is not over! Like when he can score this year 20 aims then he’s scored 60 it’s. Wow, that is maybe not awful!
“In case you have just one (goalscorer), then perhaps you rely a little too far about this. We don’t rely on the goals of Mo, this season, however he is still in a position in contrast to the other players.
“He is a threat. He helps us alot. He deals with of the situations for him.
“It’s about work-rate, carrying it out over and over, and one day that the ball will bounce in your direction.”
Victory over Spurs took although Manchester City have a match in hand Liverpool matches remaining.
“We have 79 points – you can’t have that if you’ve got major issues in annually,” Klopp said.