Learn about 6 African and Arab legends that surpassed Salah by European titles

A controversial case of Liverpool striker Mohammed Salah follows comments he made during his two-day promotional press conference of the last decades of sponsorship that he has been under intense pressure for his current status, Arabic or African.

There is a controversy mixed with criticism of Liverpool's star Mohammed Salah following statements he made during his two-day promotional press conference of the last decades of care he received, in which he stressed that he was under great pressure because of his current status that no Arab player Or African.

The social networking sites have witnessed a debate that did not often come in the favor of the Egyptian star. There were rare people who asked for an excuse to launch such statements, which ignore the right of some Arab and African stars who have achieved spherical achievements.

The former Egyptian star Ahmed Hossam Mido was the most prominent who stood behind Salah and supported him with two tweets via Twitter.

Omal Ya Group If Ibrahimovic was an Egyptian and all the talk that they say, we used to do it ?? In some difficult times, the smart player will use the media to instill confidence in himself again, and this is not a fault. Salah will return strongly for the best level thanks to the strength of his personality and thanks to your support for him .. Do not stop supporting him for just a word !!

- Mido (@midoahm) 12 March 2019

Please do not catch the mistakes of Mohammed Salah is not a defect that the man sees himself the best Egyptian, Arab and African player throughout history, but perhaps this point is the source of his power .. Salah will not be repeated so much Enjoy it and proud that he is Egyptian and even mistakes from your point of view tried to help him because it is a source of pride The only Egyptian ball !!

- Mido (@midoahm) 12 March 2019

The fans held comparisons that show that Salah still needs a lot of his career to get even better, he said. Most of his achievements are individual and he has so far won only four titles, two of them with Basel and two with Chelsea.

The site of the Spanish newspaper As the march of many Arab and African stars who have achieved collective titles with their teams have not reached Salah yet, they won the Champions League title, and led their teams to the titles of five major league in the old continent.

The Legend of Ito
Cameroon's Samuel Eto'o is Africa's greatest player in the best African legends. He is the only player in the history of football who has won the trophies (Champions League, league and local cup) with two different clubs and is the fourth-best scorer in Barcelona history. Brazilian star Rivaldo with 130 goals.

Eto'o celebrates European Champions League title with Inter 2010 (Reuters)

Eto'o won many trophies, most notably the four-time African Player of the Year in 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2010. At the collective level, he won two European Champions League titles with Barcelona in 2006 and 2009, and he repeated the feat with Inter Milan in 2010. It also includes the European Super Cup and the Club World Cup.

He also won the Spanish league with the Blaugrana three seasons and the Super Cup twice and the Cup of Spain once, and harvested with Inter three local titles distributed throughout the league, cup and super, in addition to the achievements of individual and group many with his country.

President George Wia
The former Liberian star George Wea, one of the legends of African football and Milan, is one of the most outstanding players in the world. He is the only African player to win the FIFA World Player of the Year award in 1995, The continent of Africa three times in 1989, 1994 and 1995.

The victories of George Wia, who became president of his country, were no exception. He won the 1993-1994 season, the French Cup three times, the French League Cup in 1995. He won the Serie A title with AC Milan in two seasons (1995-1996 and 1998-1999) He also won the FA Cup in 1999-2000 with Chelsea.

Ghanaian Obeidi Pele is one of the few African players to win the Champions League in 1993 with Marseille in 1993 and the 1990-1991 and 1991-1992 league titles.

Abidi Pele was also voted the best player in Africa three times in 1991, 1992 and 1993.

The Ivorian star Didier Drogba is one of the most prominent African football legends who have made memorable achievements in English. He won the 2004 Champions League with Chelsea, with four Premier League titles and four Premier League titles. FA Cup, three trophies in the League Cup, and two titles in the Charity Shield Championship.

Drogba won the African Player of the Year award in 2006 and 2009 and was named the Premiership Player of the Year in 2006-2007 and 2009-2010.

Mager with Obaidi Pele during the 2011 Golden Foot Maverick Ceremony (Getty Images)

The best Arab fare
There are many Arab stars who have also surpassed Salah after having made memorable historic achievements in the legends of Arab and African football, most notably the Algerian star Rabah Maajer, who led the Portuguese side to win the Champions League in 1987. , The Intercontinental Cup and the European Super Cup in the same year.

Mager also led his team to the Portuguese league title three times, the Portuguese Cup twice, and both in the Super Cup.

Another Moroccan star, Riad Mehrez, made a big comeback when he led Leicester City to the English Premier League title in 2015-2016 and won the title of best player of the season.

Manchester City, who joined him last summer, was crowned the English Premier League trophy and the charity shield.

ref: aljazeera