Mohamed Salah warns Chelsea player Georgino before taking the penalty kick .. "Do not jump" .. (Video)

A video clip circulating on social media showed that Liverpool and Egyptian football star Mohamed Salah spoke with Chelsea player Jorginho when the latter was heading towards taking the fifth penalty kick in the match that brought the two teams together yesterday evening in the League Cup final, which Liverpool won by kicks Penalty 11-10 and crowned the title.

"Don't jump," Mohamed Salah told Georgino as he headed to take the penalty kick.

Georgino, who is characterized by jumping when kicking penalty kicks, was the fewest to set a record with his success in scoring 17 consecutive penalties.

And the star of Liverpool and Egyptian football, Mohamed Salah, got a rating of 6.8 out of 10, in his team’s match with Chelsea in the League Cup final, and the global network “Hoscord” revealed that Mohamed Salah possessed the ball by 2.3%, and his correct passes amounted to 74%.

The Egyptian star celebrated in his own way, crowning his team, Liverpool, with the heart of the English Premier League Cup.

After the match, Salah posted on his account on the “Instagram” website, a picture of him holding the League Cup, in addition to another of his celebration with his colleagues in Liverpool in the locker room, and commented on the two pictures, saying: “Another one”, in reference to his crowning with a new title with Liverpool. .

This is Salah's fifth title with Liverpool since joining him in 2017.

Salah has previously won with Liverpool the Champions League titles in 2019, the English Premier League in 2020, the European Super in 2020, and the Club World Cup in 2019.

The Egyptian star has the chance to win three more titles with Liverpool this season, as his team is still competing for the English Premier League titles, the FA Cup, and the European Champions League.

Don't jump 🚨



Mohamed Salah warns Georgino before taking the penalty.

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