Jurgen Klopp explains why he substituted Mohamed Salah in Chelsea clash

Virginia Santiago
September 30, 2018

At the start of this current campaign, Hazard has hit the net for Chelsea seven times providing two assists.

Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge said his spectacular goal in a 1-1 draw against Chelsea on Saturday was probably one of the best of his career.

The England worldwide striker did not start the match, but the 29-year-old came on as a substitute in the 86th minute.

It took him a matter of moments to make his mark, receiving the ball on the left, 25 metres from goal before turning and nonchalantly curling a superb effort out of the keeper's reach into the top corner to secure a 1-1 draw and deflate his former club.

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That attempt was in Sturridge's mind moments after he came on as a substitute in the Premier League rematch at Stamford Bridge with the Reds a goal down. But Chelsea's problem will be, yes they've got Hazard or Pedro or Willian, but they need a striker.

Klopp, who replaced the Egyptian with Xherdan Shaqiri just before the midway point of the second half, acknowledged that Salah had fallen below his usual standards and said he could not understand some of the player's decision-making in unsafe areas of the pitch.

Sturridge, who recorded his 50th league goal for Liverpool with the leveller and his fourth of the season so far, continued: "It felt great". "We created a lot of chances in the first half and we were unlucky not to score in the first half".

"Top managers make players believe in what they are doing". It's good to get the result.

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He added: "Daniel has always been in my thoughts, but he was never able to prove it [before West Brom loan]".

"Both teams deserved a point, that's good; we only had more chances that's all". It's hard. We had chances, we played fantastic football.

Asked if Sturridge could win a place in the Liverpool front three, fellow BT Sport pundit Jermaine Jenas said: 'I don't think he can, not with that front three.

"It has paid off for him, it's nice and absolutely deserved".

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