Liverpool coach Juergen Klopp backtracked on his decision to deny Egyptian star Mohamed Salah from taking penalty kicks, which he alluded to last month after the top scorer advanced on Sunday to put the penalty kick into Tottenham’s net in the exciting match that ended 4-3.
Salah reached his 28th goal this season, and he is the team’s top scorer, but he has had problems taking penalty kicks in the last two months.
And the newspaper, “Mirror” said on Monday: Salah missed a penalty kick at the end of March in Liverpool’s sudden loss to Bournemouth with a goal without a response, before Salah missed another penalty kick last month against Arsenal in a 2-2 draw at Anfield.
After that, Klopp hinted that he might change the penalty taker, admitting that Salah’s record in implementation was worrying him, and stressed: This is something we will talk about, but not in front of the media.
And she continued: In the Tottenham match, Liverpool got a penalty kick a quarter of an hour after the start of the match, and Salah advanced to it, who put the ball in the goal’s throat, as he chose to shoot it in this place after he hit the ball in the corners the last two times, and after Al-Masry regained his ability to execute perfectly, It seems difficult for Klopp to think of denying Salah a shot.