"It blew me away", Klopp said of Salah's goal.
"They've got five more league games which they have to win and then the semi-final which they have to win".
A Book of Condolence is available for people to sign at the Council House and the building is lit in red and white, the team colours of both Liverpool and Nottingham Forest, for the evenings of 14th and 15th April. It was a really, really outstanding finish.
"I loved, loved, loved the atmosphere".
"We played a good match against wonderful opponents", he told Sky Sports.
The incident was reported to us at 5.40pm, shortly after LFC scored their first goal, that a flare was thrown from the upper section of the Anfield Stand.
The goal was the 26-year-old's 19th league goal of the season, the joint-most in the division alongside Manchester City's Sergio Aguero, and Salah admits he was fortunate to see his effort hit the back of the net. Klopp knows his team are not ultimately in control of their title destiny, but he remains determined not to focus on developments at the Etihad Stadium.
Raheem Sterling scored twice and substitute Gabriel Jesus once to keep the pressure on Liverpool, but City face Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United in their next two League games. If we think about them, yes, and if we don't think about them, no. The glean has come off Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's appointment in recent weeks, with their narrow 2-1 win over West Ham on Saturday just their second competitive win from their last six matches, the other a 2-1 home victory over Watford, in which they were hugely underwhelming. We play our game.
"For a month in the Premier League, we knew it would be nearly impossible - possible, but very hard - if we dropped points".
"Good, let's try. Let's try that".