Watch: Liverpool’s Darwin looks hilariously bewildered with Salah

It’s fair to say that there might have been a language barrier between Darwin Nunez and Mohamed Salah last night.

Liverpool capped off their Champions League campaign in style as they saw off Napoli 2-0 at Anfield.

Salah and Nunez were each on the scoresheet for Liverpool in what was a tightly contested battle.

The result for Liverpool means that they finished second in Group A and qualified alongside Napoli who topped the group.

Jurgen Klopp was full of praise for his side as they got back to winning ways.

“The reaction I wanted to see,” Klopp said after the Anfield victory. “We all agreed that we have to show a reaction and we did in a very difficult game against a really good opponent.

“We don’t doubt the quality. I don’t think anybody doubts that quality but that’s part of the problem. We don’t show it with consistency.

“That’s why I mention the second goal against Leeds as an example for our situation. We are chasing the game even when it’s around our 18-yard box. You can see nobody wants to have a throw-in for Leeds, then they can let time run down, and no-one protects the box, pretty much, because everyone thinks we have three players out there and we will win the ball.

“That’s a little bit of the situation we are in. That’s where we have to make a proper step back and tonight we did that.

“When we defended, we defended with all we have tonight. We were really compact, really close to the challenges and then in the challenges we showed the determination we have to show.

“We are Liverpool, a top team. Nobody forgot what we did last year, the boys didn’t forget that but it’s now not important, really.”

As the game ticked towards its finale, Salah stood alongside Nunez and attempted to talk him through his thought process.

Judging by Nunez’s bewildered reaction, it’s probably fair to say that he didn’t understand what was being said.

Nunez did get on the scoresheet late on as he tapped in Liverpool’s second goal of the night in the 98th minute.

It’s been an eventful first few months at Anfield for Nunez, to say the least. From scoring on his debut to being sent off, there has rarely been a dull moment with the Liverpool forward around.

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