Salah would soon after end the game with a wonder goal from outside the area.
"We need to focus on our games".
"It was a fantastic performance, an even better atmosphere and a very important result, obviously".
Sadio Mane's header from a Jordan Henderson cross was followed moments later by a world-class strike from Mohamed Salah, his 22nd of the season, as he cut in from the right to unleash a left-footed shot into the top corner.
Asked about Salah's goal, Klopp said: "It blew me away". It was a really, really outstanding finish.
"It's good to see him back amongst the goals and overcoming that so-called "goal drought" that everyone said he's in, but he showed again why he's a world-class player".
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"Let's try that and if that's enough, perfect. If that's enough, perfect, and if not, we can not change it". And we didn't lose it here or there or whatever.
"Very smart people say "if you'd won at Leicester you'd be champions" and stuff like this but it's all b*******".
"It's all bulls**t. People and idiots bring something like this up".
A slip from Steven Gerrard and a goal from Demba Ba gave Chelsea the opening goal and became a part of footballing folklore - as the visiting Chelsea fans could not resist reminding their opponents of in song, on Sunday. That incident featured in a number of previews for the game.
"I was lucky the ball hit the net like that".
"I can remember, I think, someone was tackled and I was thinking of counter-pressing in the box to win it back quickly and managed to get there first". "I was really happy. We are improving. Three months ago, we were not able to stay in the match".