There is no doubt that Keita will very likely prove to be a great fit at Liverpool and his arrival could prove key for Klopp's men to challenge on all fronts in the coming soon. After all, they did just beat the Champions elect.
The Egyptian has been in outstanding form for Liverpool this season with his recent equaliser against Manchester City enhancing his reputation further. Roma will go into the game as underdogs and might play it a lot more cagey, particularly knowing how risky Liverpool are in attack.
However, yesterday's match saw City off to a flawless start, with Gabriel Jesus scoring the first goal after less than two minutes. "My impression is they are all excited about being in this group". Strikers are different, they have to be different and we all like it. The versatility they displayed over two legs against Guardiola's side also bodes extremely well for what lies ahead on the road to Kiev. "What have I just witnessed?" Satirist Karl Sharro recently said, "Mo Salah doing more to end the clash of civilisations than anyone else in the world".
Liverpool, who were pitted against Roma in Friday's Champions League semi-final draw, resume domestic duties against Bournemouth at Anfield on Saturday.
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Although Roma are in the last-four for only the second time after finishing runners-up in 1984, Klopp was impressed with the manner of their comeback against Barcelona.
"It is so hard to split De Bruyne and Salah - it could be a joint award this year", Lampard told the BBC.
With Liverpool flying high at present, it's hard to see Mohamed Salah being swayed away from such an intriguing project under Klopp's management.
And now he gets to return to his former club.
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Heralded by some as the flawless workforce in Premier League historic previous, tipped by others to lastly contend for a major Champions League title, Metropolis's avid gamers trudged off with their heads down and the quarterfinal tie all but over.
Klopp admitted his sides' performance was less than ideal as they survived a first-half onslaught from City to win 2-1 on the night. He scores four, let's see what I can come back with. "Now with the semifinal, it's two games to the last step".
"Dominic Solanke and Dany Ings have barely started a game all season and they were thrown into Klopp's line-up against Everton simply because Klopp didn't have any other options in reserve". Expect Klopp to go strong this weekend and if all goes well, he may look to get some of his key men off early. We don't want to change all the time.
Storm chances return for Friday, with snow possible this weekend
Much cooler weather is in store for Sunday and Monday with highs in the 60s and lows mainly in the 40-45 degree range both nights. Fog could become dense at times, especially in northwest Montana where fog may not burn off until the early afternoon.
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