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'Salah gives confidence like Suarez did'

Mohamed Salah's goalscoring exploits this season are having a similarly positive impact at Liverpool to that of Luis Suarez had when the Uruguayan was at Anfield, according to club captain Jordan Henderson.
Manager Juergen Klopp said Salah was close to the same level as Barcelona's Lionel Messi after the Egyptian scored four goals in Saturday's 5-0 league win over Watford, taking his tally to 36 goals in 41 games in all competitions.
The 25-year-old's prolific debut season has also led to comparisons with Suarez, who moved from Liverpool to Barcelona in 2014 after helping the Merseyside club come close to winning the league title with 31 goals in 33 matches.
"They are both fantastic players in their own right and you can't compare them," Henderson said.
"They are different players. I know they score a lot of goals and both work hard off the ball but it is very difficult to make that comparison.
"Luis moved on to Barcelona and is doing fantastically well. He is a fantastic player who I was privileged to play with.
"But Mo this season has been unbelievable. Absolutely unbelievable. He is doing it every week, without fail."

Swansea skipper welcomes break

Swansea City players must use the international break to rest and recharge before entering a crucial phase hoping to secure their Premier League status for the next season, defender Kyle Bartley has said.
Swansea enter the break following a 3-0 defeat by Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Cup quarterfinals on Saturday.
On a more positive note, the Welsh side are 14th in the league, three points above the drop zone after losing just one of their last eight matches and Bartley is keen to continue that run.
"We have to focus on the Premier League now and make sure we get the right amount of points to stay up," Bartley told the club's website.
"There are a few tired minds and bodies. The players have played a lot of minutes, so it's time to recharge...
"We've got eight cup finals so, hopefully, we can remain confident and go into our next match trying to get three points."
Carlos Carvalhal's side face three of the league's top five sides in their next five games, starting with a trip to second-placed Manchester United on March 31.

Manchester United see off Stoke

Manchester United took time off from their pursuit of Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez to coast to a comfortable 3-0 victory against Stoke at Old Trafford on Monday.
Antonio Valencia and Anthony Martial in the first half, and Romelu Lukaku after the break, were on the scoresheet as Jose Mourinho finally beat struggling Stoke as United manager at the fourth time of asking.
But this performance, and numerous missed chances, still gave Mourinho plenty of evidence he needs to add Sanchez to his squad during the January transfer window, despite cutting neighbours Manchester City's lead at the top of the Premier League table to 12 points after their unbeaten league run was ended by Liverpool on Sunday.
"Obviously we see Manchester City in front of us and they lost," United's Paul Pogba told Sky Sports.
"They are first so we always want to catch them, so it was good that they lost, so for us we have to think about ourselves.
"It's good that they lose points but we have to go back to winning because we want to catch them again."
He added: "We're not looking to the past. We're just looking to the future and the next games.
"We just want to catch City. We just have to focus on ourselves, keep winning and I think we will be OK."
United believe they have won the battle for the £35 million-rated Sanchez, who is out of contract with Arsenal at the end of the season, especially after City let the Gunners know on Monday that they are no longer interested in Sanchez, given his fee and salary demands.
New Stoke manager Paul Lambert, appointed on the morning of this game, was watching from the stands before officially starting work on Tuesday and must have been unimpressed as United raced into an early lead through Valencia, back in the United line-up after a month out through injury.

Mahrez worth over £100m to Foxes - Puel

Algeria winger Riyad Mahrez could be worth even more than £100 million (112 million euros) if he leaves Leicester City at the end of the season, Foxes manager Claude Puel said on Monday.
"It is speculation and we cannot respond to all the speculation with information," Puel told a press conference. "Perhaps, in the summer he will cost even more than £100m.
"It is always the same thing about Riyad. It is just rumours, noise about him and other players," added Puel of Mahrez, one of the stars of Leicester's shock Premier League title triumph in 2015/16.
"We can see Riyad smiling and enjoying his football and enjoying playing with his teammates and it is the same in training.
"After the training session, he continues to play head tennis, and I want him to get more rest.
"All the rumours and speculation about Riyad, do the reporters want him to leave the club?"
Mahrez, however, asked to leave the Midlands club in pre-season but only Roma made a firm offer, with the Italian side's £32-million proposal not enough to persuade Leicester to sell.
A sign of the increasingly high prices clubs are prepared to play for players came when Dutch star Virgil van Dijk joined Liverpool from Premier League rivals Southampton for £75 million earlier this month, a world record fee for a defender.

Sterling more scary than Kane - Maaloul

Tunisia's national coach said Monday he will fear England's Raheem Sterling more than Harry Kane, when the two countries play against each other in the World Cup finals this year.