Liverpool star Mohamed Salah was willing to help out Abdoulaye Doucoure after Watford thrashed the Reds 3-0 on Saturday, despite the Frenchman playing his part in the demolition of their unbeaten league record. The Hornets became Arsenal heroes at Vicarage Road by ending Liverpool’s hopes of finishing the season as Invincibles.
The shock and frustration was written all over the faces of the Liverpool squad as they left the pitch at full-time, something picked up on Watford’s tunnel cam series published on YouTube.
Something else behind the scenes footage picked up though was Salah posing for a picture with Doucoure’s family upstairs, after the game.
The Egyptian is clearly not in the best of moods, but was still happy to pose for pictures after being asked by Doucoure.
“Thankyou Mo!” Doucoure said after taking the snaps.
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Other Liverpool players were seen chatting in the lounge following the bitterly disappointing defeat including Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Fabinho.
Jurgen Klopp also emerged and let off a beaming smile.
The German said upon walking through: “Good luck for the season!”
It was a result that also meant Liverpool were unable to break Manchester City’s record of most consecutive top-flight wins (18).
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“What the players did so far is exceptional. But it’s not over. That’s all I’m interested in.
“We will go again per cent and we will see where it leads us.
“We didn’t expect to win this number of games. But it was never easy.”
Liverpool returned to action in the FA Cup this evening at Chelsea and will be looking to get back to winning ways against Bournemouth in the league on Saturday.
Four wins will be enough to win their first ever Premier League title.
Speaking after the match, Klopp insisted his players were not thinking about writing new history.
He said: “I don’t think you break records because you want to.
“We would lose a game at some time, it was clear it would happen. We didn’t think about it. Tonight it has happened.
“Now we don’t have to think about the records, we can think about winning games.
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