Van Dijk backs "world class" Salah

Liverpool's James Milner celebrates scoring his side's second goal

Liverpool's James Milner celebrates scoring his side's second goal

The run stretched back to January 3 when Jurgen Klopp's team were beaten 2-1 by title-rivals Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.

Liverpool go into the global break two points clear at the top of the Premier League following their victory over Fulham, though title rivals Manchester City have a game in hand over the Reds.

Substitute James Milner stepped up and confidently finished down the middle to hand the Reds a 2-1 win and send them to the top of the Premier League over the March worldwide break.

Babel had claimed in the build up to Fulham's defeat that Van Dijk had a weakness which "nobody in the Premier League is aware of yet". First half we did that.

Salah hasn't scored in his last seven outings, including in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Fulham, but the Egyptian still has an impressive record of 20 goals in all competitions this season.

"I am not the most experienced manager and I have similar problems after Champions League games".

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It is hard to see them getting points from this game unless Liverpool get the basics wrong.

"He practices them every day and when he steps up he's confident and he put it down the middle and sent the keeper to one of the sides, so fair play to him".

Barcelona captain Lionel Messi reportedly urges the club's board to sign Sadio Mane from Liverpool after being impressed by his performance against Bayern Munich.

They had given as good as they got in the opening 25 minutes, with Jean Seri curling over from a good position and Babel industrious in his determination to produce against his former club.

The Reds made ground down the left, with Roberto Firmino getting to the byline, where he cut back to Mane to slot home from eight yards.

But Fulham goalkeeper Sergio Rico handed Liverpool a lifeline when he dragged Mane down in the box with 10 minutes remaining - and Milner slammed home the penalty.

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