Klopp furious with tackle on Salah

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was not a happy man following Hamza Choudhury's 'dangerous' challenge on Mohamed Salah.

The Reds were pushing for a winner when Salah embarked forward before being hacked down by the Leicester substitute.

The Egyptian forward hobbled off the pitch in pain from the challenge, and Klopp was not impressed with the treatment his player received.

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"It was a challenge which I don’t understand,’ Klopp said, as per Daily Mail.

"I don’t understand how he can do it because the ball is far away. If you bring down a player in full sprint, when the ball is not around, it is for me only one colour. It’s dangerous as hell.

"I don’t want to cause the boy any problems but he has to calm down. He is a super player, super development in the last two years. But these kind of challenges? No.
 
"If you are quick someone needs to make sure that not everything is allowed to bring you down. The ball is not even close.
 
"I don’t need to be a football manager to know this can cause serious injury. I only need two eyes."

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