During the game that was my opinion and after the game when I saw the image, Mama tried to touch the ball, he did not touch the ball and in my opinion he did not touch the man.
This was a statement win for Klopp's team, installed as City's most likely challengers, and they move into second place after building on last weekend's rout of West Ham.
As Palace pushed for an equaliser in the second-half, they were caught on the break which led to Aaron Wan-Bissaka getting sent-off for denying Salah a goalscoring opportunity. "You have to forgive me for saying what I feel, which is that I don't think we gave away a penalty", Hodgson said. If that's a penalty, then the game has changed beyond all recognition.
In addition, the 51-year-old was full of praise for Virgil van Dijk's display, which he described as "really, really good", explaining: "I don't know a lot of defenders in the world that can defend Christian Benteke in almost 100 per cent of the situations".
"It is still very early to talk about it (title challenge)". "I couldn't care less really", he retorted.
"We could have done better offensively, and it was not a brilliant football game from us". There's been so many warnings we have had and every single time we nearly have to fight against ourselves and our nature, not to fall in the same trap as the other teams have done - my teams included a few years ago.
Djokovic Inches Closer To History in Cincinnati
Djokovic closed in on a Western & Southern Open title with his 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 victory over Marin Cilic on Saturday. Halep has never won a Cincinnati title, losing the final match previous year to Garbine Muguruza.
The Eagles started well and nearly took the lead with Andros Townsend seeing his superb curled effort coming back off the crossbar.
Klopp's men finally made the breakthrough just seconds before half-time. I did not see the contact on Salah.
Milner, ignoring the sound and fury, nervelessly sent Wayne Hennessey the wrong way with his spot-kick.
"Jurgen Klopp said only Thiago at Bayern Munich was a better midfielder than Naby Keita in the Bundesliga when he made that signing - and that's some praise", Carragher added.
Salah, 26, joined the Reds from Roma last summer, for a fee believed to be worth in the region of £34 million, and he has gone on to be an absolute revelation at Anfield, scoring 45 goals in 54 appearances in all competitions thus far.
It was the Senegal forward who put the ball in the net to end any faint Crystal Palace hope and make it 3 goals in two games.