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Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti 'surprised' by UEFA choice for referee vs. Liverpool

Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti 'surprised' by UEFA choice for referee vs. Liverpool

The Reds are now on top of their group with three points after beating Paris Saint-Germain followed by Red Star Belgrade and Napoli in second and third place respectively after a goalless draw in the first fixture that earned both teams one point.

Last year's PFA Player of the Year Award and the Golden Boot victor did have an opportunity to score at his old stomping ground, however, after he rounded goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga defender David Luiz was positioned to clear the Egyptians effort away from goal. The identity of his replacement, Xherdan Shaqiri, represented a straight swap rather than a change in system, and Klopp later confirmed that Salah wasn't injured.

As substitute Daniel Sturridge produced an 89th minute wonder strike to level the game, Liverpool returned to Merseyside with a point, but Salah's failure to score was a talking point post-match.

"It was one of the bad experiences I had, to be honest", Klopp said.

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"I think they have become one of the strongest teams in Europe". When he was on 18 goals, he said, 'In my head, I can get 32.' Mo is not someone that is scared of pressure.

"I'm surprised by the referee designation. a long time has passed and time usually heals certain things, but does not banish them". Ian Rush did not score 40 goals in 10 seasons, season after season.

However, you can now see you can get at them. "He's trying to bring the nice fella out in me". They started the season with seven successive wins in all competitions before a loss and draw against Chelsea in their past two matches. Similarly, his "expected goals" return is the highest in the Premier League. We know from last season that he misses chances.

"[Staying in Rome] went through my mind a lot because I was so happy in Rome, but when a player decides where to play, it's a much bigger discussion".

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Forget Salah, Mane and Firmino - in those days Liverpool's front three was Ryan Babel, David Ngog and Milan Jovanovic.

"That lad will always score goals because he still makes the runs in the right positions".

@Futbalprophet was most explicit with receiving the news by commenting 'Excuse while I change my trousers for creaming it'. "He is doing okay".

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