Jurgen Klopp responds to Mohamed Salah argument on Liverpool touchline at West Ham

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Jurgen Klopp says there is no issue with Mohamed Salah after the two spoke in the dressing room following Liverpool's draw with West Ham.

Salah was involved in what appeared to be a touchline dispute with his manager during the celebrations to Michail Antonio's goal at the London Stadium.

The Liverpool forward was preparing to enter as a substitute alongside Darwin Nunez and Joe Gomez and seemed to take umbrage to a message from Klopp before his team-mate attempted to diffuse the situation between the pair.

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The Egyptian was also spotted storming down the tunnel immediately after the final whistle and Klopp attempted to explain the situation to TNT Sport after the 2-2 draw.

Asked if he could say what happened, Klopp said: "No. We spoke already in the dressing room. For me it's done."

And asked in the post-match press conference, he added: "We spoke about it in the dressing room but it’s done for me. That’s all. That’s it.”

And it’s resolved for him as well? “It was my impression, yes.”

Liverpool had earlier responded to conceding the first goal once more as an own goal from goalkeeper Alphonse Areola made it 2-1 after Andy Robertson's equaliser.

Antonio's header rescued a point for David Moyes's side however to leave Liverpool now two points behind Arsenal, who meet local rivals Tottenham on Sunday afternoon.