Mohamed Salah is "unnatural"... and Liverpool coach Klopp reveals the reason
Attention is focused on the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah in the match between his team Liverpool and its guest Norwich City (today, Saturday, 19:00 Emirates time) in the English Football League, because he is on a date with recording a new number by raising the number of his goals with the team to 150 goals in All competitions, which also means his success in scoring 25 goals or more for the fifth consecutive season.
Mohamed Salah’s numbers with Liverpool are considered “unnatural”, after he played 232 games, scored 149 goals, and made 52 other goals for his colleagues during five seasons he spent wearing the “Reds” shirt, in which he won four titles so far (Champions League 2019, European Super and World Cup). For clubs in the same year, and the English Premier League 2020).
For his part, German coach Jurgen Klopp praised the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, stressing that he played a major role in what the team has achieved so far, and revealed his influence in the dressing room as one of the reasons for his success.
Klopp said in the press conference for the Norwich City match: "Our current team is one of the best Liverpool teams in history, this is clear, and Salah has a role in that .. The numbers speak for themselves, Salah reaching 150 goals in the English Premier League would be really crazy, not long ago. Far away we talked about the 100th goal... It's clear that it's a huge number, and I hope he can reach it in the Norwich match."
Klopp touched on Salah's influence on the dressing room as one of the reasons for his success in the team, and said: "We feel happy when the dressing room is full. Salah's presence is good news because he was far from us like Sadio Mane and Naby Keita (for their participation in the last African Nations Cup with national teams). Their countries) .. the most important thing is that everyone in the dressing room is fit and ready to play the next match in the best possible way, and Salah in the dressing room is very impressive.”
Liverpool is currently second in the English Premier League, nine points behind the leader, Manchester City, knowing that the "Reds" have a game postponed.
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