Mohamed Salah determined to win trophies at Liverpool

Mohamed Salah determined to win trophies at Liverpool

Mohamed Salah determined to win trophies at Liverpool

Arsenal come into the game in fifth place in the table just a point behind their opponents following from a narrow 1-0 win over Newcastle United last time out and will be looking to regain their place in the top four with a victory.

Liverpool head to Arsenal for the 94th time in their history on Friday night, having won 22 times at the Gunners' home, suffering 40 defeats.

Asked to choose a team alongside Phil Thompson, neither of the Sky Sports pundits selected Mesut Ozil or Alexis Sanchez in their teams.

A draw was certainly the fairest outcome in a thrilling contest, with Firmino's intervention ensuring Arsene Wenger is yet to beat Klopp's Liverpool in five attempts.

With 20 minutes still remaining, it looked as though there would be more goals in the game but both sides had to settle for a point apiece.

Liverpool are now fourth in the Premier League, 18 points behind runaway leaders Manchester City in fourth, but the Merseysiders are the only team to have rivalled the exciting football from Pep Guardiola's men.

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Liverpool lead after the first half at the Emirates Stadium in their Premier League away fixture against Arsenal after Philippe Coutinho's lob header gave the Reds the lead in a match they have been dominating.

Arsenal left the field to boos from the Emirates crowd after a mistake-ridden first half saw the hosts fail to muster a single shot on target, with Liverpool eyeing a repeat of August's 4-0 rout.

Liverpool controlled the first half and had a glorious chance to make it two.

Salah's air-kick wasted another Liverpool opportunity and it was no surprise to hear Arsenal booed off at the interval.

Mohamed Salah says he joined Liverpool with the ambition of winning silverware and believes that is very much a possibility this season.

The game was teetering on a knife-edge as both sides searched for the goal to take them ahead in what was an enthralling encounter between two sides built to score goals.

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