You can bet your bottom dollar that the likes of Salah, Mane and the other headline makers at Liverpool will continue to sparkle as the Merseyside giants stroll toward that long-awaited Premier League crown.
There were no obvious signs he was in serious pain, as he disappeared down the tunnel.
Liverpool ace Sadio Mane insists the squad can maintain a winning hunger for silverware. "Hopefully it's not too bad -just a muscle tweak but we will see tomorrow", Klopp told the post-match press conference.
"With Taki we have to think about what we do exactly now because yesterday he played much longer than we thought", he said when asked if Minamino might start against Shrewsbury in the FA Cup this weekend. "That's tough", Klopp said. As he eludes to, Mane - just like lots of Premier League players - had a huge winter workload and injuries tend to be more commonplace in the wake of that.
The Reds have what looks like an unassailable 16-point lead at the top of the Premier League table and also have a game in hand over the chasing pack.
"The message that "you can lose six games" [and still win the title], I could vomit when I hear that to be honest".
"We lost Sadio Mane tonight, that's what I think about, that's the pressure I have". All the rest is no pressure. We scored our wonderful goal after a set-piece but not a second or third means everything is open and then it gets intense. As footballers, if you only play the days when everything is clicking, when you're scoring two goals, assisting two more... this, as I said, was a proper fight.
Manchester United will pay £20,000 fine for failing to ensure their players conducted themselves in an oderly fashion in their game against Liverpool.
'Showing up like he did not with his skills but with his mentality, he was fighting like insane and closed gaps.
"We have a team, we'll have a team with fresh legs, we have players coming back or came back from injury, so it makes sense to play them because they're pretty good, and we want to go through". I am very happy with the boys.