Mohamed Salah the raising sensation in the modern day football is winning the hearts of the football fans all over the world. Apart from Ronaldo and Messi now the football world is talking about the rise of the Egyptian King.
Liverpool completed the £36.9m signing of Salah from As Roma and he is proving the signing of the season for 2017/18 campaign. As he is in the red-hot form of his life. He is ruling the English premier league at the moment. He scored 43 goals and provided 12 assists in 47 appearances in all competitions.
The mighty Egyptian is just 5 goals away to break all-time Liverpool goal scoring record set by the Liverpool legend Ian Rush in 1984. Liverpool great himself told that “I’d love to see Salah break my record in the Champions League Final”. It is a total joy to watch salah play. His pressing was terrific and his creativity was from another dimension. The Egyptian was clinical and gorgeous in front of the goal. The flying Egyptians best run came against Watford as he scored his first premier league hat-trick, scoring four times and setting up a goal for Roberto Firmino as the mighty Reds won 5-0 at Anfield. After scoring the second goal against Watford Salah broke Fernando Torres record for the most goals scored in a debut season.
Footballing world unites to recognise that the Egyptian has the Messi vibe as he scored two Messi look like goals in the Champions League Semi-Final against his former club As Roma as Reds took total control of the semi first leg. It was a complete performance against the Italian side as they are incapable of dealing with the Liverpool wingers pace.
Recently, Mohamed Salah has named the PFA player of the year for 2017/18 campaign with his outstanding performance in the premier league. No one predicted that he was that good with his skills and the number of goals he scored. The mighty Egyptian became the first person in the Premier League history to win three players of the month awards in a single season. Finally, there is a competition for modern greats Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. If Mohamed Salah guides Liverpool to their 6 Champions League glory who knows he might end up winning the most prestigious individual prize in the world Ballon d’Or.