Four Liverpool players are described as “untouchable” by Austrian media, earning Mohamed Salah a new moniker.

Mohamed Salah was praised by the Austrian media as Liverpool beat LASK in the Europa League.

Jürgen Klopp’s team quickly took the lead in their European groupLiverpool celebrated an impressive comeback in the opening Europa League group match against LASK and secured a 3-1 victory after coming back from behind.

In Thursday’s match, Jürgen Klopp opted for a completely reversed starting XI and the Austrian team took an early lead thanks to Florian Flecker’s goal in the 14th minute. Despite Liverpool’s dominance of possession, LASK managed to keep the visitors at bay in the first half, with Darwin Núñez’s header cleared before crossing the line.

But in the second half, the Reds showed a solid performance and turned the situation around with two goals in quick succession.

Núñez converted a penalty to equalize, followed by Luis Díaz scoring the decisive goal on his debut, assisted by Ryan Gravenberch.

Mohamed Salah, who came on alongside Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai, secured the victory with the Reds’ third goal.

Local Austrian media covered the match and the Liverpool ECHO summarized what was said.National newspaper Kronen Zeitung called it “Game of the Year” and praised LASK for challenging Liverpool.

They highlighted Klopp’s decision to make 11 changes to his team, adding: “Liverpool, in an unusual purple, dominated the match but LASK were able to keep the ball-happy English side out of the danger zone. ”

Liverpool deservedly took the three points thanks to a clear improvement in the second half, but LASK can be satisfied with the performance against the top English club.

“National weekday newspaper Heutes said LASK had lost a potential “sensation” after taking charge.They added: “LASK has been fighting bankruptcy, but without success.

The inhabitants of Linz could no longer pose a danger.’Joker’ Salah made it 3-1 for the Reds in the 89th minute.

“Osterreich, a national newspaper, underlined the enthusiasm surrounding the match in the new stadium in Linz.

They describe the atmosphere created by the 18,000 fans as “unforgettable”.

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Wherever you are in the world – US, UK or elsewhere – you won’t want to miss it.Osterreich wrote: “Instead of ‘This is Anfield’ yesterday there was ‘Des is die Gugi’.

18,000 fans created an unforgettable atmosphere in the new jewelery box in Linz.

And this despite the champion Jürgen Klopp sending the second group onto the pitch. Corner for Upper Austria.

“And this place had it all. After Horvath’s corner, the ball landed on Flecker.

He prepared the ball and sent it into the net with momentum.“Single goalkeeper” Alisson also looks stupid from the bench – it’s 1-0 for LASK!“And then came the cold shower for Upper Austria.

Linz’s lead was lost within six minutes.Flecker and Co. clearly noticed their disappointment.

As if that wasn’t enough, the Reds star also came into play.Upon his arrival, the Egyptian immediately sowed fear and terror.

But Luckender was absolutely right and saved the line.

But then the time had come.Salah broke through the LASK defense and pushed Lawal between the legs.

3:1 — That’s it!”The local newspaper Oberösterreichische Nachrichten writes: “17,098 fans present in the Upper Austrian Arena – that’s what LASK’s new jewel is called in Europa League jargon – felt the emotion, but in the end seven minutes were enough for the great Liverpool FC reversed the situation and won three times: -1 at the start of the group stage.

“You don’t see matches like this every day at the Gugl against the traditional 19-time English champions, nor do you see dream goals like Florian Flecker’s in the 14th minute.

Just seeing “LASK 1 – Liverpool 0” on the video wall made many eyewitnesses look twice to believe it. But that’s how it was.“The dream of sensation was alive.

At least temporarily.LASK tried everything again, but now Liverpool – now with Szoboszlai, Mac Allister, Matip and Salah on the street – were untouchable.

From today’s perspective, Liverpool are already top of their Europa League group, Union SG and Toulouse drew 1-1 on the opening day. Union SG, the Belgian club, will travel to Anfield on matchday two.

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