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Klopp downplays injuries
Oct 28, 2019
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has played down concerns that Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk picked up major injuries in their 2-1 win over Tottenham this morning.
Salah, who scored the second of Liverpool's goals, was substituted late in the game after receiving treatment.
Klopp says Salah had a minor issue with the same ankle that he had twisted, in their win over Leicester earlier this month.
The German also confirmed that Van Dijk sustained "a dead leg" and will recover quickly.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton is just one race away from winning his 6th F1 world title.
This is after the Brit toook the chequered flag at this morning's Mexican GP, while his nearest championship rival. teammate Valtteri Bottas, finished third.
Hamilton will seal the title, if he finishes in 8th place or higher at this weekend's US Grand Prix.
The head of New Zealand rugby has ruled out the possibility of outgoing Wales boss Warren Gatland taking charge of the All Blacks.
Current All Blacks coach Steve Hansen is set to step down after their bronze match against Wales in Tokyo on Friday.
Meanwhile, New Zealand Rugby will set up a four-member panel to interview candidates after the World Cup and hope to announce Hansen's replacement by Christmas.
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