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Salah was clearly touched by the heartwarming gesture, and gave the fan his shirt in return, and could be seen applauding the rest of the stadium with the carton tucked under his arm.

Speaking to Serbian newspaper Kurir last month, Red Star general director Zvezdan Terzic said Shaqiri would be protected from "unwanted situations" but speculated the midfielder might not want to play. "I was not in doubt, he was not in doubt, but if you are constantly asked about it, you think something is up". However, he is now up to six for the new season as another neat touch from Shaqiri set up Salah to give Liverpool the cushion of a two-goal lead just before half-time. "That happens tonight but it doesn't say too much about the group".

"It's good that we maybe can stop talking about that [his scoring record] - it helps a little bit. The most important thing is to win as a team and it was brilliant from everyone".

With Messi out for three weeks and Real Madrid next up at the Camp Nou on Sunday, the question was whether Barca could cope minus their star player and captain.

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He caused a storm along with Switzerland team-mate Granit Xhaka when they both celebrated goals against Serbia at the World Cup in Russian Federation by making an Albanian nationalist eagle symbol with their hands.

"I think he would say thanks to his team mates, its quite hard to score goals without these wonderful passes, crosses", said Klopp. "After the first 20 minutes we played a good game; we controlled the game, kept a clean sheet and scored a couple of good goals", continued the Dutchman, who was the stand-in skipper on the night.

"One of Liverpool's problems a year ago was their depth of squad and when you look at the Champions League final and see the substitutes of Liverpool against the substitutes of Real Madrid, you could see there was a significant difference in quality and I think Klopp has addressed that". "This group obviously stays exciting until the end, I think that was clear from the draw", added Klopp.