England's Watford defender Christian Kabasili commented on the passage of the ball passed by Liverpool star Mohamed Salah with his heel, from his feet (bridge) to make his team's goal mockingly.
Salah scored two goals that led Liverpool to a clean win over Watford on Saturday in the Premier League round 17.
The Belgian defender tweeted through his official account on Twitter with two pictures, while he peeped Liverpool players during their celebration of Salah’s goal, in which the ball passed through the feet of Capacelli, who commented on them, saying, “When you realize that you will be present in the Premier League summaries for many years” with a cartoon emoji expressing Heartbreak and remorse.
When you realized that you will be in @premierleague highlights for many years 🤦🏾♂️ pic.twitter.com/aefzN1DJPM- Christian Kabasele (@ chriskabasele27) December 14, 2019
Signs of amazement covered the player's face as he looked at the Liverpool players as if to say to himself, "What have you done?" Most of his responses to his tweet were ridiculed by the opening of his legs in a way that enabled the ball to cross into the goal in this comical fashion.
Skill, accuracy and elegance of the Egyptian king! 😍
Salah's heel goal turned into an icon sung by social media pioneers.
Not seen back 👀
The funny thing is that Watford is the most prominent victim of Salah in the English Premier League, where he scored 8 goals in his goal, which is the largest number of goals scored in the net of one team.