Michael Owen reveals his prediction for Liverpool FC v Southampton

Michael Owen reveals his prediction for Liverpool FC v Southampton

Michael Owen reveals his prediction for Liverpool FC v Southampton

Ex-Arsenal defender Keown believes that Salah is not being as physical in possession anymore and speculated that the injury he sustained in the Champions League final to Real Madrid last season could still be playing on his mind.

Jurgen Klopp's men also made an excellent start to the Champions League group stages after beating Paris Saint-Germain in a five-goal thriller in midweek so the Merseysiders should be full of confidence heading in to this game having won all of their matches so far this season.

The Egypt worldwide who notched 44 goals across all competitions last season has failed to find the back of the net in his last three games - his joint-longest run without a goal since joining the Anfield outfit.

The veteran put in a stellar showing against Les Parisiens and his tremendous work rate was put to good use as the Reds shut down Neymar each time the world's most expensive player got a whiff of the ball.

"Finishing is something you can never take for granted".

"I never do that and the players should never do that, only the supporters are allowed to do that!" "We want him to score as often as possible and that's how it is".

0:44                                            Salah has been 'outstanding', Klopp told reporters on Friday
0:44 Salah has been 'outstanding', Klopp told reporters on Friday

"It's really no problem".

"It's always like this, but with Mo everything is fine, really".

"In that department, the last two games he was outstanding".

"I am not surprised of course". "I saw videos of him when he was 17 and he destroyed defensive lines as he is doing now". We didn't learn a lot which we didn't know before, but it's nice to see that we can do it. It's a different situation and that's all.

The former Republic of Ireland global established a reputation as one of the Premier League's most prolific strikers during his time with Tottenham, but had limited success after moving to Liverpool for £19m in 2008. The start was good for us as a team and for him as well.

"He's taking his time like he did last season".

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