Pundit applauds Mo Salah for continuing his good form this season

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Pundit Efan Ekaku applauds Mohamed Salah for continuing his good form this season as the Egyptian international scores a brace against Brighton on Sunday.

Salah is now can be considered as one of the greatest player in the Premier League history. The 31-year-old has been brilliant for Liverpool since joining the club back in 2017.

However, many didn’t expect it as nobody saw it coming. Before joining Liverpool, he was a flop at Chelsea under Jose Mourinho.

The Egyptian international regained his form at AS Roma but after moving to Mersyside, he became world-class. Salah has scored 192 goals and provided 78 assists in 315 appearances for Liverpool so far.

Pundit claims Liverpool bought Salah for a bargain price

Speaking on the BBC Match of the Day Top 10 Africa Podcast, Pundit Efan Ekaku discussed Salah’s meteoric rise at Liverpool. He also suggested that it came as a suprise as expected it from the Egyptian international.

While discussing about Salah’s impact after joining Premier League, Ekaku said :-

“Salah as you say, he had been here before and people wrote that off. It was bad timing, a wrong style, he came back to Liverpool and was determined he could play in England with a style that suited him. Everyone knew Salah was quick, he could score goals and he was determined, but nobody could’ve guessed that Salah would’ve scored 40-something goals in his first season. Otherwise that fee wouldn’t have been £35m, it would’ve been £60m, not £35. If Roma thought Salah was the goalscoring machine he has proven to be he’d have been they would have held out for more money.”

As everybody will agree, Salah has been out of the world as touched new heights under Jurgen Klopp. The German has played an important in his development over the years.

But Salah’s £35 price tag back in 2017 was complete steal by the Mersyside club.

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