Salah’s reaction after failing to score against Bournemouth

The Liverpool Echo newspaper has revealed the reaction of Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah of Liverpool to the fact that he failed to score a goal in the match between the Reds and Bournemouth in the fourth stage of the English Premier League.

Liverpool beat their guest Bournemouth at Anfield yesterday Saturday 9-0 in a match that saw Salah miss out on registration and industry.

Salah faced great misfortune during the two halves of the match, as he oddly missed two real chances to score.

Salah received the lowest rating among Liverpool players – 6.1 points out of 10.

According to the English newspaper The Liverpool Echo, journalists were waiting in the corridor of the Anfield stadium, trying to meet with Salah and conduct a press interview with him to find out his reaction to the lack of registration for the Bournemouth meeting. .

But Salah refused to be interviewed, looked upset and said no with a sarcastic laugh, adding, “I didn’t record anything today.”

Salah was looking forward to the Bournemouth match to score one goal, overtaking Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard on the Reds’ list of all-time top scorers in the English Premier League, with 120 goals each, and they are jointly in second place. behind Robbie Fowler (128 goals).

Source: agencies

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