Salah is transformed from the raw 21-year-old who Chelsea signed from Basel for £11m in 2014.
Following the death of his father, the defender flew back to Argentina over the weekend - missing the 0-0 against Bournemouth - and will be unavailable for another two matches.
I don't think there's much in it for the Champions League places.
However after the match, Klopp was unhappy with the officials over not being allowed to bring on Adam Lallana in the moments leading up to Willian's goal. He should have been punished far earlier for spilled shots and dropped catches.
I think Tottenham could miss out on the Champions League, they need to be careful.
Eden Hazard was bright and inventive for Chelsea and in the 21st minute produced the first effort on goal when he picked the ball up on the left flank, cut inside and his right-foot shot forced a good save out of Mignolet. "In the first half we were very, very solid and always dangerous". All in all, a goalless draw at halftime seemed pretty great. He's going to cause a lot of problems for Premier League defenders, earning him the nickname of the "Egyptian Messi".
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It's worth noting: Daniel Sturridge acquitted himself well. "It was important we didn't lose today". He justified the faith placed in him with the start.
And he'll be looking to continue his rich vein of goal-scoring form when Jurgen klopp's side visit the Britania Stadium to trade tackles with Mame Biram Diouf's Stoke City on Wednesday.
The goal was Salah's 15th for the season. It's still only November. Chelsea threw an attack together and Willian hit a diagonal cross into the box.
After the game he said, "I think we played in a really good way".
It's a fair result, all things considered.
Zinedine Zidane lined up with an athletic duo in Raphael Varane and Jesus Vallejo but what Real possessed in strength, size and speed they lacked in leadership.
And I agree with Matt, the shift to a back five was possible with no changes.