Van Dijk: I don't need a rest

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Liverpool star Virgil van Dijk heaped praise on "scary" attacking trio Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane as the Reds top the Premier League table. Mohamed Salah's tumble in the penalty area was viewed as over-theatrical by the Gunners' defenders, with Sokratis becoming particularly vocal about his grievances over being penalised for the challenge. But the Dutchman insists he was doing right by his teammate.

"We have to look forward because we have another important game on Tuesday".

Porto already want to give Brazilian global new deal to remove the relatively low buy-out clause and to increase his salary so he is not tempted to move on after just a few months.

"We've got to move players on and the Liverpool defeat showed that".

"I'm protecting my teammates and that's normal, that's how everyone should react and that's what we all need to do, to back each other. That's what I definitely do".

He added: "We were nearly flawless, we conceded the goal and that was the only thing".

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"I couldn't see Arsenal winning, I really couldn't", Parlour said of the Liverpool clash on talkSPORT.

Manchester City's win over 10-man Southampton means Liverpool's lead ahead of their meeting on January 3 stands at seven points following a contrasting festive period for the leading contenders for the Premier League title. Before we didn't do that.

"It is one decision tactically, and also the decision is because we have [done] it before because we have a lot of matches away when it tactically changes something, not for the player but for the team", Emery told a press conference.

Spackman said following the game on LFC TV: "They're trying to play out from the back, but they aren't good enough to play out from the back". It will be very hard, very tough, but for them as well.

"City is a game that we want to win".