Salah was denied by Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and a last-ditch challenge by Michael Keane either side of half-time as Liverpool dropped points for the fourth time in six league games. Football is not like that.
"But we have Burnley [next] so how can I say about what will happen - that would be disrespectful".
"You have to be ready for these chances".
"I believe 100 per cent in our chances".
Given that Liverpool have surged into the position of title contenders this season thanks to the potency of their front three, it is ironic that they have been let down by a lack of goals when they have needed them most. We go again.I like these kinds of games and we came here for three points and did not get them. The Brazilian will be happy with another clean sheet as it puts him one off Pepe Reina's record for most clean sheets in a Premier League season.
"There are nine games to go, we don't lose our nerve like you obviously". The wind was coming from all directions and did not help anybody. A hard game, opponent, and the wind and weather circumstances didn't help for football in general, it was just a fight.
"We played our part by trying to stop that happening". Only 400 yards away from here but a completely different game.
"We will fight for every last ball until the whistle is blown at the end of the season".
We don't expect any changes at the back as the duo of Virgil van Dijk and Joel Matip are starting to perform well together.
They also head into the final straight just one point adrift of a City team that is attempting to win an unprecedented quadruple.
Everton were desperate to stop their rivals picking up maximum points with manager Marco Silva adjusting his team accordingly as Morgan Schneiderlin was preferred to the more creative Andre Gomes. "I'm proud of my players and the desire they showed", he said. Our fans were fantastic and they pushed the team from the first minute. He has been published by Curzon Ashton FC, Late Tackle, Manchester City FC, The Mirror, Read Man City and Manchester Evening News. He has a real chance of becoming the first defender since John Terry in 2004-05 to win the PFA Player of the Year Award. "Nothing is finished for us".