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There has been a devastating announcement made regarding Wataru Endo.

Mohamed Salah and Wataru Endo, two of Liverpool's most important players, are scheduled to participate in the next African Cup of Nations and Asian Cup, respectively. As a result, Liverpool will no longer have access to their services.

by Dandozzy

In spite of this obstacle, Liverpool was able to record a significant victory away from home against Burnley on Boxing Day. Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota scored the goals that clinched the victory. This victory serves as a big morale booster for the club, especially when taking into consideration the fact that Salah will be absent from numerous matches in the near future.

Wataru Endo has been an outstanding player for Liverpool, despite the fact that he made a little error during the match against Burnley. Jurgen Klopp hailed Endo’s remarkable performance and expressed his concern that the Japanese international’s peak coincides with the Asian Cup, which is scheduled to take place in Qatar.

Despite the fact that he has been scoring goals at an impressive rate, Salah is planning to leave Liverpool for the Ivory Coast. He is hoping to leave Liverpool in a strong position in the hunt for the Premier League title.

Beginning on Friday, January 12, the Asian Cup will continue until Saturday, February 10, when it will come to a close. As a result of their earlier loss in the final against Qatar, Japan, which is being led by Endo, is looking to make amends. The competition has a difficult schedule, with the group stages beginning on January 12 and the final finishing on February 10. The tournament will commence on January 12.

From the 14th of January, Japan will begin their adventure by playing Vietnam in Group D. In this group, Japan will compete against Indonesia, Iraq, and Vietnam for a berth in the knockout stages. The two teams who finish in first and second place in each group will move on to the Round of 16, which will begin on January 28 and culminate in the championship match on February 10.

In a recent interview, Klopp expressed his enthusiasm for Endo’s performance and commended his performance, saying, “I loved his game, I have to say.” It’s a little bit terrible that he’s finally hitting his stride and is going to be competing in the Asian Cup. Just the way things are, it’s not a big deal. What a wonderful young man, and what a gamer he is!

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