Jurgen Klopp: 'Loris Karius is justifying his selection'

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp may choose to rest key players for his side's return leg against Porto on Tuesday as next weekend brings a Premier League trip to fierce rivals Manchester United.

"He's had a few wonderful games already and scored a few wonderful goals".

Sadio Mane made the result safe 15 minutes later with his 14th goal of the season.

Steven Gerrard has revealed via the Liverpool website the reason he thinks Mohamed Salah is tearing up the Premier League this season, having scored 24 goals in only 28 appearances this season, comfortably the best tally of his career to date.

Said Klopp: "I really love this player". It's a different position, it depends what you want.

"On a good day it makes you more unpredictable if you don't have this dominant player but on another day you miss a player like that". That's how it is.

The Egypt worldwide has been in brilliant form for the Reds since signing for the Premier League outfit from Italian side AS Roma last summer. If he [Salah] can win this competition then he deserves it.

"We have to make sure he can keep on going in this shape and be important in decisive areas and score goals for us".

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"We saw one of the best teams in the Premier League and we were for 40 minutes controlling defensively the game but you can not make mistakes because with these things, normally you pay for that".

Carragher wrote in his Daily Telegraph column: "If you had asked me a few months ago who deserved this year's accolade, I would have said it must be de Bruyne".

"He has the potential to go ahead in the next few weeks, particularly if he produces a match-winning performance at Old Trafford next weekend".

But Salah has emerged as a serious contender and Klopp feels he will deserve any recognition that comes his way.

He told Sky Sports: "I voted for Kevin de Bruyne".

When you consider the scrutiny his move to Liverpool attracted from fans of various clubs and pundits alike, all of whom were bemused that a player who had thus far failed to fulfil his potential could merit a £35m fee, it is all the more impressive.

"Kevin has got everything".

The numbers back it up, too: "Ox" is now averaging 161 minutes per goal contribution (goal or assist), the best rate of his career. "For me, he is the best".