Mohamed Salah insists Liverpool’s attackers ‘do not care’ who scores the most goals amid accusations of selfishness following the win against Tottenham.
The Reds had countless chances to put the game, which eventually finished 2-1, to bed, but Salah and Mane were guilty of greed at times, visibly frustrating manager Jurgen Klopp.
Salah, though, says all is well between himself, Mane and Roberto Firmino.
“We are friends, we speak a lot,” he told France Football. “Generally, all 3 of us sit in the dressing room together, right after matches. There is a real solidarity between us, as we do not care who scores the most or first.”
The Egyptian also says he has had a great relationship with manager and ‘friend’ Jurgen Klopp since he arrived at Anfield last year.
“From my first day with the Reds, he has treated me like a friend,” he said. “We talked together & there was something very strong between us right away. That current has continued from the beginning.”
Salah was speaking ahead of Liverpool’s hotly-anticipated Champions League meeting with PSG on Tuesday night.
The Reds are looking to go one step further than they managed in last season’s competition, but they immediately face a huge test against the ‘exceptional’ French champions.
“PSG have exceptional individuals and a great squad,” said Salah. “I can’t wait to play against them! I expect an intense and enjoyable match.
“Of course we can make the final again. I am sure we can win the tournament. I think we can win both, Champions League and the Premier League. I don’t want to put pressure on, but everything is possible!”