Salah about his quarrel with Klopp: If you talk, the fire will break out!

James Pearce, The Athletic’s correspondent at the London Olympic Stadium, claimed that Mohamed Salah was extremely angry after the end of the Liverpool-West Ham match and refused to speak so as not to “ignite a fire.”

Salah quarreled with his coach Jurgen Klopp while entering the field in the 79th minute of the match, which ended in a 2-2 draw.

According to Pearce, he and a large number of journalists asked Salah to conduct a television interview after the West Ham match, and of course the goal was to find out what happened between him and Klopp.

But Salah rejected the matter, and merely said, “If you speak today, the fire will start,” indicating how angry he was and how bad the situation was.

Klopp had said after the match that he spoke with Salah in the locker room and assumed that the crisis between the two had ended.