Mo Salah STILL produces RIDICULOUS solo goal as fans hail Egyptian as best in the world – RT Sport News – .

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Mo Salah STILL produces RIDICULOUS solo goal as fans hail Egyptian as best in the world – RT Sport News – .


    Après avoir hypnotisé les fans de football avec un but merveilleux contre Manchester City plus tôt ce mois-ci, la star de Liverpool Mo Salah a répété l'astuce lors de l'affrontement de samedi en Premier League contre Watford.

</p><div><p>Salah, 29 ans, a touché une riche veine de forme qui lui avait semblé marquer neuf fois en neuf matchs toutes compétitions confondues pour Liverpool avant ce week-end.

The Egyptian king continued this scorching run with a sensational 54th-minute solo goal against Watford at Vicarage Road.

Inside Watford’s box, the striker danced around a multitude of yellow shirts before circling the ball brilliantly in the far corner beyond Ben Foster.

The strike put Jurgen Klopp’s side 4-0 as they were off to a landslide victory over Watford, who first had new manager Claudio Ranieri in the dugout.

But the goal was not Salah’s first outburst on Saturday afternoon.

The Egyptian had helped Liverpool on their way in the ninth minute when he passed Watford’s Danny Rose on the right flank before looping a delicious cross outside the boot into the box for attacking partner Sadio Mane ends.

The goal meant the Senegalese star joined Salah in the squad for scoring 100 Premier League goals.

Online, fans and pundits were purring during another Salah masterclass – proclaiming him the best in the world right now.

“Salah is just playing ridiculous football”, wrote a popular fan account.

“It’s different from his 32 goals in the 2017/18 season. Almost all of LFC’s dangerous offensive moves run through him and his game matches the world-class level of his goals. “

“There are no words, Mo Salah is just amazing”, sang another fan account.

Former Liverpool defender turned expert Jamie Carragher has also hailed Salah as the best on the planet.

Gary Lineker meanwhile claimed that Salah had reached Lionel Messi-like levels of greatness.

Salah’s strike was important on a personal level as it put him at the level of former Chelsea legend Didier Drogba as the most successful African player of all time in the Premier League.

Given his current form, it shouldn’t be long before Salah takes the lead in claiming the record.

After Watford’s dismemberment, Liverpool boss Klopp praised his Egyptian star.

“He is at the top” this Klopp.“We’re all seeing it right now. Who is better than him?

“There are always big discussions about this stuff. We don’t have to talk about what Ronaldo and Messi have done for world football or how long they have dominated, but at the moment it is clear that there is no one better than him.

“His performance was huge today. The pass for the first goal was great and the second goal was special.

Salah himself was generally modest about his strike, saying: “I don’t know which one was better, this one or City’s.

“I think all the goals were very important. Bobby scored a super hat-trick, Sadio scored a great goal.

“I’m just trying to give 100% to help the team. I feel confident at the moment, I am scoring goals and helping the team to score points.

“I hope we can win the league and go for the Champions League. It’s important for a club like Liverpool to fight for everything.

Saturday’s rout for Liverpool was capped by a goal from Roberto Firmino in added time as the Brazilian managed a hat-trick alongside goals from Salah and Mane.

The Reds moved to the top of the Premier League table with their victory, two points ahead of Chelsea, who will face London rivals Brentford later today.

The next stop for Liverpool and Salah is a Champions League with Atletico Madrid in Spain, before playing against Manchester United at Old Trafford next Sunday.


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