Liverpool regained their seven-point advantage over Manchester City with a battling 1-0 win at Brighton & Hove Albion yesterday, but while the Reds' juggernaut is firmly back on track with their quest for Premier League glory re-igniting, there is one player that has escaped the limelight recently.
Asked if any of the rough treatment dished out to Salah bothered Liverpool, Scotland full-back Robertson replied: "None of it apart from the diving, he's not that type of player".
"I'm not sure if the Brighton players did say it was a dive or not and I'll need to see it back but I was at the edge of the box and for me it was a stone-waller".
Klopp's men shut down that wobble with their workmanlike win at Brighton though, leaving Robertson hopeful the victory will grow in significance as the weeks pass. But we controlled the game in a better way when we scored the goal. I wouldn't say it went wrong at the Etihad but it was our first defeat and it was good to follow that up with a win.
"We know we can control the game and we are not that childish anymore".
Klopp's side then lost their next game, an FA Cup third round fixture vs Wolves, and the alarm bells started ringing ahead of the game with Brighton on Saturday.
"If you fall from the horse, the best thing to do is go immediately back on it", Klopp told reporters at the Amex Stadium after the game.
He said: "I think it was the most mature performance we have made so far". We gave away a lot of set-pieces. The creating was OK but finishing, we were not at our best.