I know Mohamed Salah will be slightly gutted despite Liverpool response

Liverpool talisman Mohamed Salah.

The fallout between Jurgen Klopp and Mohamed Salah was always going to be something the media made more of than it actually was.

And it looked like the Liverpool forward spent the entirety of Sunday's 4-2 win over Tottenham proving a point, didn't it?

Salah was excellent on the day, playing a part in all four goals, including a header that was his 25th of the season but knowing him he would have been a bit gutted not to have had a hat-trick on the day itself.

That is just the way he is and the standards he has set for himself, but it was great to see him with the wind in his sails once more after a few weeks out of sorts.

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Once more Salah has proven himself to be the main man when it comes to scoring goals for the Reds and the challenge for the final two games now will be to see how close he can get to the 30-barrier once again. That is what Mo does.

The touchline incident at West Ham has now all been forgotten about and I think it will be interesting to see how he develops under a new manager next season after so long working with Jurgen.

I thought the Spurs game was much more like it in general. Liverpool exposed their high line and for 70 minutes made them look very, very ordinary.

Liverpool created chance after chance more again but this time managed to see their dominance reflected on the scoreline itself. The final 20 minutes were not up to the same standard but this was generally back to what we have come to expect.

The subs from both sides changed the game, particularly Richarlison for Spurs and I thought Stefan Bajcetic was miles off it when he came on. You could see the young midfielder hadn't played for so long but he will build up his fitness over time after such a long time out, so no real worries there.

Overall, it was a great day at the office, most notably Salah, who could be set for a strong finish now in those games with Aston Villa and Wolves.