Full-back Andy Robertson claims his teammate Mohamed Salah only gets credit for scoring goals as the Scot thinks it’s quite unfair for the forward.
Reds conceded a early goal in 7th minute of the match, however Klopp’s men made an incredible turnaround again in the second-half. Liverpool are making an habit of second-half comebacks in this current campaign.
Salah was again at his very best against Wolves on Saturday, as the Egyptian international grabbed two assist at Molineux. He already has six goals contribution so far this season.
Robertson praised his teammate and stated that Salah only get recognise due to goal scoring process, not for his other attributes in the field. The full-back said :-
“He probably only gets credit when he gets goals now, which is slightly unfair, but he’s got two assists today, and he’s got us back in the game. He’s created the chances for us.”
It was monumental day for the Egyptian has been now involved in 200 goals contribution in the Premier League. Salah even picked up the MOM award against on Saturday at Molineux.
The 31-year-old in not looking to stop at any cost as he only getting better with time. Salah was under Saudi club’s radar but Liverpool were not willing sell him at any cost this summer.
Reds will start their Europa League campaign this term against Austrian outfit LASK. Liverpool will be confident to continue their good reign of form in the European competition.
Salah will be all charged to find the back of the net once again at Raiffeisen Arena on Thursday.
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