It had looked like Liverpool would drop points when Wilfried Zaha cancelled out Sadio Mane's opener with eight minutes remaining but Firmino intervened in the 85th minute to seal a victory that maintains their eight-point lead at the summit.
Mohamed Salah and Andy Robertson both sat out key global games hoping to be healthy enough for Liverpool's return to Premier League play, but that has not come to pass. We weren't compact so we couldn't win balls back which we usually win.
"It was an interesting game from a tactical point of view". "You can't have them by winning brilliant games every time".
Klopp managed to get his side to regroup at the interval and four minutes into the second half they made the breakthrough.
Although he was ruled out of playing in the Pharaohs' games against Kenya and Comoros, Salah still met up with his compatriots but has since returned to Merseyside to undergo further treatment.
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Without clear policy direction on these issues, "uncertainty will continue to loom high, damaging growth prospects", she added. China, meanwhile, is rebalancing away from a reliance on exports and manufacturing towards consumption and services.
Robertson, meanwhile, has played every minute of the Premier League season to date, but withdrew from global duty with Scotland thanks to an ankle problem of his own. "We know it's a tough place to come; the atmosphere is good". Only on Prime Video.
Mohamed Salah was an unused substitute after failing to fully recover from a lingering ankle injury that kept him out of the most recent Egypt squad. It's going to take something incredibly special, or lucky, to beat Liverpool in the Premier League this season, and we don't think the Eagles will get the job done. "He couldn't train for nine days".
"Today is another important session to see how it looks and we can make the decision".
"Yesterday he trained. He trained the whole time since he was here, but only the things we wanted him to do". Roy Hodgson's sides are generally very good at soaking up pressure and hitting teams on the break but they will need to be at their very best to succeed against a Liverpool side.