Mohamed Salah : Liverpool and Manchester City drew 2-2 in the Premier League. On Sunday, in a match that saw Mohamed Salah score one magic goal.
After the first goalless draw. The game came to life after the break and those in the middle of Anfield.
Although the visitors were in control before the break. Sadio Mané opened the scoring for Liverpool. Shooting at home after Mohamed Salah clever play.
City then responded 10 minutes later from behind. With clever Phil Foden sharpening an equalizer in the lower corner of the net.
He burned both teams. The game turned into an old game and Mohamed Salah put Liverpool back with a very good goal.
The Egyptian showed his world-class ability by turning City’s defenders. Before shooting his left foot past goalkeeper Ederson.
“I have to watch it to see it,” smiled Mohamed Salah in his post-match Sky Sports interview. “I think it would have been a very special thing if we had won this game. But that’s what it is. I think it was a good goal but there’s not much we can say.”
Though he played it down. It was another special moment in Mohamed Salah amazing Liverpool career. But it didn’t seem to win with City’s second victory in just five minutes.
Kevin De Bruyne’s shot veered into the net for Joel Matip after Foden’s fine performance down the left wing.
A draw meant that no team could beat Chelsea at the top. With Liverpool sitting in second place and City in third place until the international break.
Guardiola is frustrated
Both teams applauded each other. Before the start of the match but the match turned out to be a bit of a nightmare in the second half.
Appeared to stumble upon Foden but survived a dismissal. By referee Paul Tierney showing no problem. Much to the annoyance of City’s bench.
“It was a yellow card, it’s very clear,”. Guardiola told Sky Sports after the game. “But it’s Anfield, like Old Trafford.
Earlier in the game. Milner looked stunned at Foden as the English striker entered the box. But Tierney had already lifted the match.
Despite the controversy.
“When Lionel Messi scores that goal or Cristiano Ronaldo, the whole world says: ‘yes, because they are world class’,” Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp told Sky Sports after the game.
” Mohamed Salah scores that goal because he is world class. He is one of the best players in the world. That’s right.”
On June 22, 2017. Mohamed Salah agreed to transfer to Liverpool. He has signed a long-term contract with the Reds. For an initial fee of £ 36.5m which could rise to £ 43m. The money was a club record. exceeding the £ 35m spent on Andy Carroll in 2011. He joined the club on July 1 at the opening of the summer transfer window. Becoming the first Liverpool player in Egypt.
first Premier League match against Watford
He scored in his first Premier League match against Watford 3-3 on August 12. On August 24, Mohamed Salah scored his second goal for Liverpool in the 2017-18 Champions League 2-2 (6-3 agg) win over Hoffenheim, his first goal at Anfield. Three days later, Salah scored in a 4-0 win over Arsenal. For his performance in August. On 17 October, Salah netted twice in a 7-0 win over Maribor League in Maribor. Helping Liverpool to a more equitable share of the competition, with the biggest win by an English club.
On November 26, Salah scored the opening goal and refused to congratulate on a home game against his former club Chelsea in honor of the club as well as the victims of the North Sinai Mosque attack two days ago. Salah topped the Premier League scoring charts with two goals after joining Stoke City on November 29 3-0. The following month, Salah netted in a 4-0 win over AFC Bournemouth; the result that made Liverpool the first team in Premier League history to win four league games in a row by scoring at least three goals. In doing so, he also became the second fastest player to score 20 goals for Liverpool in his 26 appearances, after George Allan reached the top of 19 games in 1895.
On March 17, 2018, Salah scored four goals in a 5-0 win over Watford, which was Liverpool’s first hat-trick. In that game, he also set a record of 36 goals in his first season for Liverpool, and became the top scorer in Europe’s top five leagues – surpassing Barcelona striker Lionel Messi and Tottenham striker Harry Kane. Following Salah’s intent to break the record by exploiting former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard said “we see the beginning of greatness”.