Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah has insisted that his club's supporters do not need to 'panic' during certain matches as the team now "have more experience" to see games out.
The Egyptian's second of the match did not arrive until the final minute, though, and Watford had threatened to pull themselves back into the contest during the second period.
The attacker has claimed that his club's fans can "get panicky a little bit", but the 27-year-old is confident that the Reds are capable of picking up wins even if they do not score more than one goal.
"I think now we have more experience,' Salah told BT Sport. "We played together for three or four years, we know when we can make the game fast. The crowd, they get panicky a little bit, but we have experience, we've won a few games 1-0, so it's fine."body check tags ::