Roy Hodgson's side found their resolve broken with 20 minutes to play when the impressive Aaron Wan-Bissaka was shown a straight red card for denying a clear goal-scoring opportunity when he brought down a goal-bound Salah. They shouldn't be our No. 10s but they should be options.
The game was imperative to start the season off on the right foot, and after Manchester City's drubbing of Huddersfield, we needed a statement win to match.
"It's for us a big step because if you watch us a little bit more often you know that when we are not brilliant we usually lose!" Today we were not brilliant but we still won.
Crystal Palace's Luka Milivojevic instructed Mohamed Salah to tell referee Michael Oliver to rescind the penalty he awarded to Liverpool after insisting the Egyptian had gone down too easily. We don't have to make it something it was not.
"I've got some comfort or pride in the team's performance, but it's not going to change my anger at the way we came in at half-time a goal down", Hodgson said. I don't think he was intending to.
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"Sometimes refereeing decisions go against you and it's disappointing and a cause for frustration and anger, but if you ask me about the team's performance I think it was very, very good".
"It's not a penalty".
"I thought we could have done better, but yes we expected Palace to be that strong and clear in their approach against us, playing a big number of long balls".
While that's an understandable thing to do when you consider it's not hard to get a ball to the face in this situation, it was weird that the big Dutchman didn't turn to see where the ball went but rather stayed in the same position with a anxious look on his face. I also don't think it was a foul on James Milner when we had a counter-attacking chance, and I do think it was a penalty in the last minutes when Max Meyer gets wiped out in the area by [Virgil] van Dijk when he was about to get a touch on the ball, but these things happen.