Published: Fri, April 19, 2019
Sports | By Phillip Butler

Liverpool hero Mohamed Salah explains freaky YOGA goal celebration against Chelsea

Liverpool hero Mohamed Salah explains freaky YOGA goal celebration against Chelsea

Chelsea's 1-0 victory over Slavia in the Czech capital means they have now played 11 games in the competition this term, they are still unbeaten and they have only conceded four goals.

Liverpool's Klopp hailed Salah's strike against Chelsea, saying it blew him away.

Gianfranco Zola assumed media duties after Sarri underwent a minor surgical procedure on his mouth, and said Rudiger's injury is not as bad as first feared.

Although the brilliant Eden Hazard hit the post for the visitors, there was a real determination about the way Liverpool approached the second half - closing down across the field and yet still pushing forward in search of a third to totally kill the game.

On the occasions when he hasn't been at his best, Sadio Mane has willingly stepped up.

That did not come, but with only lowly Cardiff City, relegated Huddersfield Town, Newcastle United and Wolves remaining as hurdles, this was the biggest obstacle in Liverpool's run in, cleared with some margin to spare.

"It was a fantastic goal from Mo".

He might end up keeping the title. He celebrated in front of The Kop by standing on one foot in a yoga pose.

Explaining as to why he chose the pose Salah simply said that he was a yoga man, Sky Sports reported.

"When you play in big games against big clubs you don't get many opportunities to score, so when you have you have to try to score".

I'll back a Chelsea/Over 2.5 Goals double at evens on the Sportsbook.

Meanwhile, the Blues team will hope to land the Europa League title and that could help manager Maurizio Sarri to keep his job as winning it will lead to an automatic qualification to Champions League next season.

The Belgium midfielder is back to full fitness and one pass against Palace highlighted the impact he can have on City for the run-in. In his last eight appearances for club and country, Giroud has scored six goals, and he has found the net at least once in six of his ten UEL games.

Tottenham made changes ahead of their Champions League visit to the Ethiad Stadium next week, but Mauricio Pochettino's side had few problems in handing out a 4-0 beating to already relegated Huddersfield.

Whilst Manchester United have had a difficult season, their new boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reenergised the team and they will make things as hard as possible for Manchester City.

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