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Liverpool's Mo' Salah hits the headline but not for the right reason

16 January 2019

Egypt and Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is leading mediation efforts to convince Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to issue a presidential pardon for former footballer Mohamed Aboutrika.

"He's not that type of player", said the Scotland worldwide. If people are starting to say Mo has gone down easily, it's not fair.

After suffering their first loss in the league to champions Manchester City followed by an FA Cup third-round exit at the hands of Wolves, it was vital for Liverpool to stop the blip from turning into a rut at the Amex Stadium on Saturday.

"Every time it happens, we go back, everyone looks at the video, and you go, "well, it's not a dive"," Robertson told the Daily Telegraph (as reported).

"I was at the edge of the box (against Brighton) and it was a stonewaller".

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Smothering the Seagulls with another sound defensive performance, the deciding moment came on the 50th minute when Pascal Gross felled Salah in the penalty area.

The Reds were left with only one senior recognised centre-back in Virgil van Dijk for the game against Brighton as Dejan Lovren and Joe Gomez were out injured, while Joel Matip was not match fit and only made the bench.

Klopp's men shut down that wobble with their workmanlike win at Brighton though, leaving Robertson hopeful the victory will grow in significance as the weeks pass.

"All we have to keep doing is having the belief in ourselves to go and win games". 'We went for it in the latter part of the game and showed a real intent to get back on level terms. We gave Liverpool a very good, hard-fought game. It might mean, however, that the player fouled is more intricate with the ball, more capable of bamboozling a defender, more likely to entice a tackle or a tug that will end badly. The things he does, I'm sure he is a joy to watch.

Robertson also revealed he will be kept on his toes just as much at home as at the club, with a new arrival in his family.

Liverpool's Mo' Salah hits the headline but not for the right reason