Salah scored the only goal of the game - his 29th in 29 appearances for Liverpool at Anfield in all competitions - side-footing a first-time effort past Mat Ryan in the first half.
Mohamed Salah's first-half strike moved Liverpool top of the Premier League table with a 1-0 victory over a stubborn Brighton side. "There were two in midfield there whereas here at Liverpool, there's usually three", Fabinho added.
Brighton kept a disciplined formation, frustrating Liverpool but creating little until a Pascal Gross header in the 88th minute forced a good save out of Liverpool keeper Alisson Becker.
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Klopp estimated Liverpool take or defend around 50 throw-ins per match, so it was worthwhile analysing every detail of his team's performance going into a new season. We were good on the ball and had some really good moments.
"We're frustrated with the goal we gave away, but you have to learn from your mistakes - people have said today was a lot better than how we did here back in May last season", he continued.
As seen below, Gronnemark set his monstrous record using the "flip throw" approach, though it remains unclear as to whether we'll be seeing James Milner following suit anytime soon.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that fringe forwards Divock Origi and Dominic Solanke will "have a part to play" for the Reds this season, despite being towards the bottom of the Anfield pecking order for attacking places.
"Hendo (Jordan Henderson) would not have a big break and Fabinho would need time to settle in so it was always clear that Gini would be in the mix for that position". I think the two teams can be compared in this way; both them have very fast transition, with very fast players up front.