Liverpool striker Salah expected mistake from Everton skipper Coleman | OneFootball
Liverpool striker Salah expected mistake from Everton skipper Coleman
Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah admits he was anticipating an error from Everton right back Seamus Coleman for his second goal in a 4-1 win over their bitter rivals.
The Reds continued their march in the league, putting the Toffees to the sword away from home on Wednesday.
Salah grabbed two, while Jordan Henderson and Diogo Jota also netted.
He told Amazon: "The message from the manager was that they will play physically strong and go 100% for every ball we just had to play our game and try to create chances, which we did.
"I expected him [Seamus Coleman] to do a mistake which he did. The game was tough at 2-1 but at 3-1 it becomes much better."
On his goals target for the season, he added: "Hopefully many more. My first target is to win something at the club, league, Champions League hopefully both."
Regarding defender Virgil Van Dijk being back this season, he finished: "It is great to see him back and especially here. We knew before the game it could be emotional because he got injured before. He is our captain."