The Liverpool team strengthened its score in the English Premier League yesterday, after beating Newcastle 3-1, to keep the pressure on leaders Man City (41) with only a point difference. It was noticeable during the match, a moment of anger from the Egyptian striker, Mohamed Salah, who seemed to object to the decision of his German coach, Jurgen Klopp, to replace him early, and he did not like it, when he was replaced in the 73rd minute by the Brazilian Firmino.
It is noteworthy that Salah scored a goal from his team’s hat-trick, his 22 this season and 15 in the league, and continued to break records, as he equaled the record of Jimmy Vadri, Leicester City star, by scoring and assisting goals in 15 consecutive matches in the English Premier League. And the British newspaper, “Mirror”, said that Salah wanted to continue scoring, but the decision of his coach, who wanted to rest him for the upcoming matches, did not like it, but before entering the tunnel leading to the dressing rooms, he shook hands with Klopp, and responded by applause to the greeting of the fans.
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– Liverpool FC (LFC) December 17, 2021
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