Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah is “out of sorts”, according to former Reds defender Stephen Warnock.

After last night’s 2-1 loss to PSG, Liverpool are on the brink of elimination in the Champions League.

And Warnock has disputed the common belief that Salah has returned to form.

He told BBC Sport: “I just don’t feel that the Liverpool’s front three are clicking in the same way they have done in the past.

“Sadio Mane was outstanding against PSG, and was the one Liverpool forward who looked up for the fight. He got into some good areas, ran at his full-back whenever he could and tried to make things happen.

“But Roberto Firmino was very poor. He did not hold the ball up, or do his usual job of bringing other people into play. Too many passes were misplaced, and his touch was not great.

“And I know everyone is talking about Mohamed Salah being back in form, but I don’t see it myself. I still think he is out of sorts – he is trying to play as an individual and is not enough of a team-player – and that was the case on Wednesday night too.”

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