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Jamie Carragher provides an explanation for the disagreement between Jurgen Klopp and Mo Salah on the Liverpool touchline – ‘only reason’……



Jamie Carragher explains the reasoning behind the disagreement between Jurgen Klopp and Mo Salah on the Liverpool touchline – the sole factor…


Jamie Carragher has provided an explanation for the clash between Mo Salah and Jurgen Klopp on the touchline during Liverpool’s 2-2 draw against West Ham.


The Reds’ hopes of winning the Premier League title suffered another blow as they dropped more points at the London Stadium. Adding to the disappointment of the lackluster performance, Salah and Klopp’s disagreement became a topic of discussion.


Following the 2-0 loss to Everton in the Merseyside derby, Salah was benched and only came on as a substitute in the 79th minute, right after Michail Antonio scored the equalizer for West Ham.


While standing in the technical area, the winger and manager Klopp engaged in a dispute, which was eventually resolved with the intervention of Darwin Nunez.


1X (formerly Twitter) saw ex-Liverpool defender Carragher express his belief that Salah’s delay in getting ready to come on was the reason for the manager’s unhappiness. Carragher stated, “The only possible cause for a manager’s dissatisfaction in such a scenario is if the player took too long to prepare to enter the game.”


Jurgen Klopp has chosen not to provide any details regarding his intense conversation with Mohamed Salah during Liverpool’s match against West Ham.


Salah, who had been benched following a subpar performance in the Merseyside derby against Everton, was waiting on the touchline to enter the game when Michail Antonio scored, equalizing the score to 2-2 at the London Stadium.


Klopp approached Salah and exchanged words, prompting an angry response from the forward. Eventually, Salah had to be separated from the situation by his teammates Darwin Nunez and Joe Gomez.


Klopp declined to disclose the details of the conversation between him and the other person involved. However, he mentioned that they had already spoken in the dressing room and considered the matter resolved. When asked if Salah also felt the same way, Klopp stated that it was his impression that Salah believed the issue was resolved as well.


In terms of the Premier League standings, Liverpool is currently one point behind Manchester City, although they have played two more games. If Arsenal manages to defeat Tottenham in the north London derby on Sunday, they will extend their lead over Liverpool by five points.


Following another disappointing result, Klopp expressed his lack of interest in discussing Liverpool’s chances in the Premier League title race. It seems highly unlikely that Klopp’s remaining time as the club’s manager will result in any additional trophies.


Instead, Klopp had to reflect on his team’s wasteful performance, despite having 28 shots on goal. Jarrod Bowen’s header gave West Ham the lead, and although Liverpool managed to turn the game around with goals from Andy Robertson and an own goal from Alphonse Areola, Michail Antonio’s equalizer meant that Liverpool dropped more points.


Klopp expressed his disappointment, stating that it was evident that his team deserved to win based on the chances created, possession held, and overall performance.


Despite a tough match following a busy schedule, he commended the players for their efforts. Klopp highlighted the need to capitalize on more opportunities and score scrappy goals to secure victory.


Although the team was in control when leading 2-1, they failed to capitalize on key moments, which has been a recurring theme in recent weeks.