Liverpool's Andy Robertson defends Mohamed Salah from diving accusations

Posted January 16, 2019

Liverpool regained their seven-point advantage over Manchester City with a battling 1-0 win at Brighton & Hove Albion yesterday, but while the Reds' juggernaut is firmly back on track with their quest for Premier League glory re-igniting, there is one player that has escaped the limelight recently. Fabinho even produced a match-saving block from Pascal Gross as Mohamed Salah's penalty proved decisive on the south coast, leaving manager Klopp delighted with his showing.

Fabinho dealt with Brighton's long balls and was untroubled while bringing the ball from the back as Chris Hughton's side rarely pressed the Liverpool defence.

Henderson feels Liverpool's star man has been unfairly criticised and likened his teammate to former Reds star Luis Suarez, now of Barcelona, by saying the criticism will only make Salah a better player. That's what they did, by the way, against Joe Gomez in the home game as well.

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"He did well in these situations and with the ball it's absolutely clear".

The defender revealed a security member asked who he was before the Brighton player embarrassingly told how he was a player for the club.

Klopp confirmed the 20-year-old picked up an ankle problem but remains hopeful he will not lose the right-back for any future fixtures.

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"In terms of Mo, I would think away grounds would be appreciative of what they see". 'And it was pretty painful.

"Realistically, top four would have been so hard to make with the teams they're up against with Chelsea and Tottenham going well and watching Liverpool beat Brighton and Man City".

"The two Brighton games have been massive for us because we have not been at our best", he said. 'On the balance of play I thought we deserved to get something from it.

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"But if things do start going wrong we need to get back on track quickly". I'm sure Fabinho would have preferred to play as the No.6 but that's the attitude we have in the squad.