After Liverpool’s win against Manchester United on Tuesday (4-0), Mohamed Salah said “he made it easy for them”. But the striker was targeting his teammates and not the United players. He clarified his comment on Twitter.
Mohamed Salah made an update on Twitter on Wednesday, the day after Liverpool’s big win over Manchester United (4-0). An unusual outing for an Egyptian striker who makes minimal use of this social network. “He made life easier for us in midfield and in defence,” he said right after the game.
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Except that his words were misinterpreted by the English press, who understood, that Salah found it “easier” to play against Manchester United this season. “I wanted to say that our midfield and defense made it easier for us. I was not talking about Manchester United players, who I respect,” Salah wanted to clarify.
a brace and a support
Liverpool scored a convincing victory against United (4-0) on Tuesday in a late 30th Premier League match. Mohamed Salah, who had not scored a goal since March 12, notably scored a double (22nd, 85th). Egypt helped Luis Diaz to score in the 5th minute of the game.
The success allows the Reds to temporarily take first place in the standings ahead of Manchester City, who play against Brighton (9 pm) on Wednesday night. In contrast, United sank. Sixth with 54 points from 33 games, the Red Devils may have grilled their last joker and bid goodbye to their hopes of qualifying for the next Champions League. “It’s embarrassing, utterly depressing and humiliating,” replied Ralph Rangnick.