Although they are very low on the table, Leicester definitely has the quality for one of the places in the top half. I still would take this second one. "That's what we did and we can build on this". Leicester has always been better when playing at home.
Otherwise he will restore his strongest side for Saturday's fixture at the King Power Stadium where he has lost all three visits as Liverpool manager.
Leicester was back within a goal just a minute later as Vardy headed in the rebound after Mignolet saved Demarai Gray's volley.
"Sometimes even when you save a penalty that doesn't happen".
Leicester does have a few injury worries.
"Everywhere [is] the same but here a little bit more, of course", he said.
"But we have to take confidence from tonight that we can put pressure on them ourselves and create chances ourselves".
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A tono con las declaraciones de los referentes turísticos de los organismos, Yedlin remarcó: "Este evento es fundacional, histórico, para nosotros es muy importante".
"It was exactly how it has been so far in the season", Klopp told BT Sport. Liverpool and Salah next play on October 1st against Newcastle United.
Replays suggested the goalkeeper was fouled, however, and the goal should not have stood.
The Reds find themselves languishing in eighth in the Premier League while they also saw their Carabao Cup campaign come to an end on Tuesday following defeat to Leicester City. It gave Leicester the momentum and meant the game was never safe for Liverpool. We will see on Saturday - there's two days to go - which players will be available.
Having struggled for game time in 2016-17, the England international striker was heavily linked with a transfer throughout the most recent window.
"Liverpool might need to score two or three to get something, so for his sake I hope the 'bespectacled one' has finally found his strikers' shooting boots".
Joel Matip believes Liverpool's attacking style of football is not an excuse for their well-documented defensive issues.
Though he stopped short at describing the capture of the Egyptian as a bargain, Klopp praised Salah for how he has hit the ground running at Anfield.