Mohamed Salah leads a revolution in the stadiums .. "Forget Messi and Ronaldo"!
The series of golden years experienced by the Portuguese legends Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentine Lionel Messi still dominates the minds of global fans and does not allow the idea of another player entering their competition in the Jamahiriya and the title of "best in the world", although in recent years the award went to Croatian Luka Modric and Poland's Robert Lewandowski.
Global football is going through a radical transformation and a real revolution led by the Egyptian Arab star Mohamed Salah, who is not matched by any of the players in the football arena because he is the best digitally and technically, and contributes to the victories of his Liverpool team in a remarkable way and pushes him strongly forward to compete for local and European titles.
Pat Nevin, the former Scottish winger, Chelsea and Everton player, told the German newspaper Kicker that Mohamed Salah is the best player in the world this season, and is expected to lead Liverpool to win the first title this season when they face Chelsea in the League Cup final.
Nevin explained: "Mohamed Salah is an exceptional player. You think he can't break records by scoring goals, but he does it simply... If we weren't living in the era of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, we would live in the time of Mohamed Salah as the best player in the world now."
And he concluded: “I love watching Mohamed Salah, and being at Anfield Road, to watch Mohamed Salah’s play with the Reds fans, even though I played with Chelsea and Everton.”
It is noteworthy that Liverpool fans love Mohamed Salah and consider him a true legend for his ability to lift the team in the most difficult circumstances since he came to the club from Rome in 2017, especially as he led Liverpool to win the 2019 European Champions League and regain the English Premier League title 2020 after an absence of 30 years.
Will Mohamed Salah maintain his scoring rates and stability of performance and be crowned the best player in the world at the end of the current season, taking advantage of the decline in Ronaldo and Messi's bid and the inability of others to clearly convince the public?
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