Shaqiri: I can handle trip to Red Star Belgrade

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"We all have to play to the top of our potential to give them a good game and hope that they're having a bit of an off day".

Well, it's believed it relates to the gesture Shaqiri made at the World Cup when he scored for Switzerland against Serbia.

While Mo Salah reaching 50 goals for the club might have been the main headline of 4-0 victory, the performance of Fabinho also caught the eye of many Liverpool supporters.

However, I think Klopp may switch back to Gomez at right-back and Lovren in the middle with Alexander-Arnold making way.

'You ask him all the time and then I go to him and say, 'How do you feel because you haven't scored as often?' - I am not insane! It's an exceptional number, hopefully he can continue.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insisted Mohamed Salah was "completely fine" after the forward's muted celebrations for his goals against Red Star Belgrade.

"Very, very good", said the German.

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"I told him to wait to publish his 3 per cent body fat picture!" The midfielder is back in light training and will be assessed ahead of the Cardiff game but I don't think Klopp will take any unnecessary risks.

What we mean by this is that it is possible that the boss will be breaking the season down into blocks of 4-5 games at a time, setting targets for each block.

Andrew Robertson (7.5): he played less as a defender as he was seen moving to the front to join the attack at every given chance.

Salah, 25, scored an incredible 44 goals in 56 games, including a Premier League record haul of 32 strikes which earned him the Golden Boot within his debut season at Anfield.

"You can see on the pitch we have a lot of good players and creativity and we are together we can line-up very well".

Red Star were banned from selling tickets to their fans for the first two away games of this season's Champions League after fans caused disturbances, invaded the pitch and set off fireworks during their qualifier against RB Salzburg in August.