I can't be compared with Salah, says De Bruyne

Hope Soto
April 4, 2018

Van Dijk is preparing to take on Man City in the Champions League. "I think he will stay there", Adams told BBC Radio 5 Live, as quoted by the Daily Star. When he is 100% and in the zone then he can beat anyone.

"I also think the impact he has had on Liverpool, with the amount of goals he has scored, is bigger than the influence De Bruyne, who is surrounded by world-class talents, has had on City".

"But if I said now that Kevin De Bruyne should have no chance I'd be lying".

The UEFA Champions League's official Twitter account posted on Monday a photo of a youngster wearing Salah's Liverpool shirt and playing football at Mohamed Salah's home village in Egypt; the tweet included a magnificent caption which said, "Nagrig, Egypt".

"Of course, I consider what is the value from Liverpool, I'm concerned about what they do, I'm not so arrogant to think it doesn't matter what they do".

"I play like a central midfielder now, I need to do a lot of stuff, but the thing I'm happy about is I could play nearly every minute without any problems and play at a level that's consistently high".

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"I think there is nearly no game where my standard has dropped, so I have been very constant, and I am very happy with myself".

Yeah, buddy, maybe keep your mouth shut about that one, eh?

But Harry Kane has revealed that the break might actually have done him some good and helped recharge his batteries in an exhausting season.

The attacker has been in superb form himself of late, scoring another crucial goal for the Reds away at Palace on Saturday lunchtime, meaning he now has 15 goals in all competitions this campaign. As reported by Sky Sports, Reds defender Virgin van Dijk has had some interesting thoughts regarding the overwhelming success of the 25-year-old's tenure thus far. "Nobody feels better than each other, everybody is working hard for each other to get the win", the Dutch centre back added.

"That's what he knows and that's what everyone knows".

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