Did Liverpool's Salah send a message to Ramos with celebration against Watford?

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Gomez has established himself back in Liverpool's side after missing the end of last season and the World Cup through injury, he has also become a key component of Gareth Southgate's England team. That's good actually. And I shouldn't have made any comment to it. "I'm always very happy and proud to break records, especially records at a club like Liverpool".

Despite smashing records with Liverpool since his arrival, Salah is yet to win any silverware with the Merseyside club, losing the Premier League title to Man City and the Champions League final to Real Madrid. "In similar games previous year we were not that convincing but we controlled [this match]". I'm not sure we had the ball in the past as much as we had here as they have been much more open games. Controlling it and staying in that mode, being positive, that's new for us.

"Tough game, always tough when we come here, but we kept the goals out and I knew if we kept going we'd get a chance at goal", the defender said on LFC TV.

"At 2-0 up, [going forward] it wasn't too smart, but we wanted to win and keep the clean sheet as well". We've never controlled games like this in the manner we do it now. It is hard. Controlling it, staying in that mood, being positive in a situation, that's new for us and I like it a lot. Ramos has just denied allegations over doping after a Football Leaks report, his team loses to Eibar for the first time ever, and the centre-back concede three goals in the process. So, all good and I really think the players deserve it.

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"Things like this happen when you play in a defensive midfield situation".

"In the second half, they scored and I think the match was closer than the scoreline but we accept and continue". Because Watford could have been awarded a penalty when the score was 0-0, as Will Hughes went down in the box after Andy Robertson waved a stray foot at him.

"After halftime, we have to do it again and again, better of course with more rhythm change. Today they did a really good job, and I like this game a lot because it was so hard".