He scores goals, he creates chances and gets assists.
"There's not much more you want from a no.9 but that's not just all he offers".
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Mobile World Congress will be on for two more days, and most of the smartphone launches and major announcements have been made. The smartphone comes with two variants - one with the 4GB RAM and the second model packs a 6GB RAM with 64GB internal storage .
"He's a very special player".
"Sometimes he overdoes it - but in a good way. I'm happy, of course, when I can score and help the team".
"It was tough, Anfield is always a tough place to come", Zabaleta said.
It would have been better for Paul Lambert's side had keeper Jack Butland not parried the ball into his own net when under no obvious pressure, a howler made all the more embarrassing by the presence of former Stoke, Leicester and England legend Peter Shilton in the stands.
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The "biggest iPhone ever" would have a screen that measures 6.5 inches and is believed to be codenamed "D33" inside the company. The biggest iPhone ever will reportedly feature a screen size of 6.5 inches with the edge-to-edge design used in the iPhone X .
"I am happy we didn't have to play immediately after Porto because for a human being it's hard to have a situation like that, winning 5-0 completely not expected and then you need to be ready again so I was happy about that".
Liverpool were in entertaining mood on Saturday against West Ham and Roberto Firmino summed up their flamboyance with another no-look finish. To keep their forever hungry mood in check, the Reds manager Jurgen Klopp told his players to "stay angry" in order to safeguard a top-four spot and their impressive winning run intact.
Arsenal's all time Premier League top scorer shared his thoughts on why Salah is better still than the Brazilian. "Everything is so tight at the bottom of the table and we need to win those sort of games".
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They did not appear to interact when Jae-in shook hands with dignitaries at the beginning of Sunday's closing ceremony. A US embassy official said that all the delegates, including the NSC director, seem to be leaving on the same day.