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Mo Salah's classy message to Harvey Elliott after Liverpool Carabao Cup win spotted

Mo Salah's classy message to Harvey Elliott after Liverpool Carabao Cup win spotted

A classy touch from Salah.

Liverpool fans have spotted Mohamed Salah's classy message to Harvey Elliott after the Carabao Cup final.

The Reds defeated Chelsea 1-0 to lift the trophy for the second time in three years, with Virgil van Dijk's 118th-minute header proving to be the difference.

It was a remarkable victory for Jurgen Klopp's side, particularly as the Reds had five players aged 21 or under on the pitch at the full-time whistle at Wembley.

Elliott, 20, was among the few players to feature for all 120 minutes of the final, having started on the right side of attack before shifting into central midfield following Ryan Gravenberch's injury.

His role in attack was originally necessitated by Salah's unavailability, with the Egyptian winger and Darwin Nunez not risked by Klopp at Wembley.

But Salah was at the ground, and was seen sat alongside his fellow injured team-mates, including Dominik Szoboszlai and Curtis Jones, as they watched the match.

And once it was time for the trophy lift, eagle-eyed Reds fans spotted a touching moment between Salah and Elliott.

The two players were seen holding the trophy at the same time as the squad paraded around the Liverpool fans' section at Wembley.

Elliott then appeared to prompt Salah to hold the trophy by himself, but the Egyptian could be heard replying: "That's all you, you did it. That's yours."

You can see the clip below.

Elliott's incredible shift at Wembley has made him a doubt to take on Southampton in the FA Cup on Wednesday - and Klopp worryingly admitted that he has 'no clue' which players will actually be available to play.

Speaking after the final, he said: "I have no clue who can play on Wednesday because we had players on the pitch until the end of the game who had problems.

"We asked Harvey to stay, we asked Lucho [Luis Diaz] to stay up front, don't go back anymore. I have no idea who can play on Wednesday.

"Wataru Endo, he walked through the ceremony with the stiffest legs I ever saw."

Featured Image Credit: X/Twitter/@Slasherrrr

Topics: Mohamed Salah, Harvey Elliott, Liverpool, Carabao Cup, Chelsea