Liverpool stars train on the eve of Champions League decision with Bayern Munich, as Mohamed Salah admits that European glory is his priority over chasing the first English title since 1990.
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The Liverpool players were challenged Tuesday morning at their Melwood training base and later embarked on a flight to Germany.
Klopp and co are planning to attack later this afternoon and are expected to go to the team hotel to settle for the evening prior to Wednesday’s crucial collision.
Mohamed Salah radiated a big smile during the Liverpool training session on Tuesday morning
Aware of the work at hand, the Liverpool boss didn’t seem to let his players do too many strenuous exercises because they enjoyed a light session.
The team from Liverpool seemed to feel good with Mohamed Salah, a number of players saw smiling and laughing during the training, while the young Rafael Camacho also participated.
The Egyptian winger has not enjoyed his best form for goal lately, but Klopp will have to let him shoot at his best if they qualify on Wednesday night.
Liverpool must score at least once to continue in 90 minutes after missing the possibility to take a lead to Germany with the sides equal with 0-0 on Anfield in the first leg last month.
Salah admitted on Tuesday that European glory is his priority over the pursuit of Liverpool’s first English title since 1990.
“I’ll be honest with you, the most prestigious competition for me is the Champions League,” said Salah.
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“But the dream for the entire city and the club is the competition. So I am happy to sacrifice my dream for their dream, but if we both win, that would be great and this is what we are trying to do.”
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