Michail Antonio alleges Jurgen Klopp made seven-word remark to Mo Salah in heated altercation.

Mo Salah had a disagreement with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp at the recent match at the London Stadium. After a series of poor performances, Klopp opted to bench Salah for the game against West Ham, which seemingly angered the player. When Salah was called on to play with nine minutes left and the score tied at 2-2, he appeared visibly upset and had a confrontation with Klopp before entering the field.

West Ham player Michail Antonio, who scored in the game, shared what he heard during the exchange between Klopp and Salah. Antonio mentioned that when Klopp tried to greet Salah as he entered the pitch, Salah ignored him and then gave Klopp a high five instead of a handshake. The reason for the confrontation between Salah and Klopp remains undisclosed.

Klopp usually greets players with a hug and wishes them good luck as they enter the game, but Salah appeared to show a different attitude, which led to the clash between him and Klopp. There is no official statement from either party regarding the issue. For the latest updates on this news story and more, visit express.co.uk/sport/football.

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