Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has opened up on how Mohamed Salah is having to deal with pressure at the FIFA Club World Cup in Qatar.
Added to the nine goals he has registered this season, Mohamed Salah has four league assists to his name and notched up another in the 2-1 win over Monterrey in the FIFA Club World Cup.
In an interview with beIN SPORTS, Klopp revealed how Salah is having to deal with pressure, "The stadium [in Doha] was especially loud when Mo came on the screen.
"I wouldn’t want to be in his position, with all the attention on me constantly, each touch. He’s dealing really well with that [pressure], but don’t forget he’s a really normal person and he wants to have some relaxation as well from time to time."
Wenger also heaped praise on Salah in the same interview, "I like the way of his evolution because he had touches last night [against Monterrey] of a playmaker.
"He created chances around the box that are exceptional, there were things of Messi in him last night and I like that a guy who can score so many goals also becomes the guy who gives assists.
"That is a complete player. That’s what we all admire and what we want from our players."
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