Napoli coach Ancelotti speaks about Salah ahead of Liverpool clash

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One in every three is not a bad return, but Liverpool fans have come to expect an average of more than one in two, and his lack of efficiency in front of goal has some of them anxious. We want to play an attacking game and we've got to bear their characteristics in mind.

"I like Carlo Ancelotti".

The Englishman was part of a new look side that Klopp drafted in for the game, with the Reds' entire backline subbing out for the midweek game.

"It will take them a while to get close to Liverpool and Manchester City". He says all these positive things about us and all these nice things about me is nice but it is tactics, it starts already. In fact, he even said 'bello, bravo.' At full-time, after [Ricardo] Zuniga's own goal, he bid farewell and left and I thought I'd never see him again, given the outcome. Yes we have performed on a consistent, OK, level in the last few weeks but tomorrow we need to make the next step up in our development.

"Thank God he is here", said Klopp after Sturridge's sensational dipping effort from outside the box secured a point at Stamford Bridge. "This is a fantastic manager, a fantastic team and an emotional crowd so that will be a real challenge".

"I know what he's capable of, how good he can be and when he's at his best by playing against him and seeing him in training with the hard work that he puts in and the positivity he brings".

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"How can I say, it was not my best performance personally". "We couldn't speak that much on that occasion and we cannot speak much now, as my Italian has not improved since then". I reacted in a way which was absolutely not OK.

"In the PSG game, he gave the ball away and then they scored".

"So many times I went for a walk around the city: The Trevi fountain, in the dark, is so lovely it moves you".

"They sent me in the stand and I went there, but it was not nice, sitting there and getting all the comments from the people around".

"It was not nice sitting in the stand, getting all the comments, so I chose to watch the second half of the match from the groundsman's room - with a big picture of Diego Maradona on the wall".

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