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Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah broke the silence on his alleged verbal spat with Reds' manag er Jurgen Klopp during the 2-2 draw against West Ham. Playing at the London Stadium, Liverpool once again dropped points as they fell behind in the title race. The Hammers opened the scoring with Jarrod Bowen, who netted his 20th goal of the season.

The Reds soon levelled with Andrew Robertson's 48th-minute equaliser before West Ham's Alphonse Areola doubted the Liverpool lead by scoring an own goal in the 65th minute. David Moyes' men came back strongly to make scores 2-2 thanks to Michail Antonio's 77th-minute strike. After the action, Mo Salah made his way into the middle but before coming on, he was spotted in a heated argument with Klopp.

If I speak today there will be fire: Salah on spat with Klopp

The Egyptian came in with 11 minutes and failed to make an impact as Liverpool settled for a 2-2 draw. After the game, Salah was asked about that incident and was quoted saying, “If I speak there will be fire,” by Joao Castelo-Branco.

We spoke already in the dressing room:  Klopp on spat with Salah

Addressing this incident, Klopp issued a clarification on the incident and revealed that he and Salah ironed their difference in the dressing room. The German manager said,  "No. We spoke already in the dressing room, for me that’s done." 

Speaking about his team's performance against West Ham, Klopp said,  "We had big chances. We played well but we didn’t finish the situations. That’s what we have to acknowledge and carry on."