Liverpool supporters praise Salah’s match-winning contribution against Napoli

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The London Evening Standard reports that Jose Mourinho's men could be without as many as nine senior players for the game at Anfield.

Liverpool's solid defensive displays and steadily improving attack have raised hopes among fans that they might emulate Arsenal's "Invincibles" of 2003-04, who lifted the title after going through the season undefeated.

The Allianz Arena wouldn't be as intimidating as numerous stadia available in the round of 16 and Liverpool have shown that when faced with a less than mobile opposition they can score a hatful of goals.

Salah bagged the all-important victor against Napoli on Tuesday night to send them through to the last 16 of the Champions League.

Save made, job done, game won.

"Things can happen, everyone can have a bad season".

Salah signalled his return to top form by scoring a hat-trick in a 4-0 win at Bournemouth on Saturday that sent Liverpool to the top of the Premier League, and his 13th goal of the season saw luck shine on last season's Champions League finalists.

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The players have to stay focused on the enormous task of pipping City to the Premier League - a team who may have harboured their own invincible ambitions until a week ago.

"Going out of the Champions League or continuing does not change anything, for me this year's big signing remains Ancelotti", the club president, also a film producer, said on Radio Kiss Kiss.

Many observers thought the reactions of the Loko players on the pitch summed up the team's performance on the pitch and, subsequently, their overall showing this season.

They have struggled defensively against the top sides - conceding at least two goals in each of the four games they have played this season.

Life-long fan Mike Kearney has attended every home game for around five or six years now, and in an exclusive interview with SPORTbible, he explained how his cousin often interprets key moments at Anfield. This season with Alisson in goal it is 86 percent, ranked 1st in the Premier League. Their last game on the road saw them trail 2-0 after 20 minutes at Southampton, before salvaging a 2-2 draw.

"Until 7:55 tonight, I was really not sure that we will be in the draw still and now we are in it".

From a personal point of view, I'd like to see Messi play at Anfield before he retires.

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