Liverpool won their last game of 2017 against Leicester City thanks to Mohamed Salah. The Egyptian was once again the hero of the match as he scored a brace in the 2-1 win.

But it looks as if Liverpool’s win against the Foxes might have come at a cost.

Salah was seen limping towards the end of the match and Jurgen Klopp has confessed to the Sun that that was not a very good sign.

Klopp said, “He was limping a little at the end of the game and that is never a good sign,

“We have to check and see what he can do for the next match.”

If Salah was indeed unavailable for the clash against Burnley then this will be the first time since the Egyptian will miss a Premier League fixture for Liverpool since moving to the club from AS Roma in January.

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