• A fiery response from Mohamed Salah to his order of France Fotball
Egypt’s Mohamed Salah and Liverpool’s English team ranked on France Fútbol’s list of the world’s best players and placed seventh.
“Coming to this stadium and getting a good result is good, it’s unbelievable,” Salah said after his team’s 4-1 meeting with Everton.
On his seventh place on France Fútbol’s top players list, Salah laughed: “I have no comment. I won’t comment.” Mohamed Salah scored two goals for Everton in Wednesday evening’s fourth round of the English League.
Mohamed Salah placed seventh on France Fútbol’s Golden Ball ranking list, while Paris Saint-Germain’s Lionel Messi was crowned with the award.
Statements by the Liverpool legend
It was Liverpool legend Ian Rush.
He mocked Mohamed Salah’s ranking of national player and Liverpool’s team in the Golden Ball Award for best player in the world and his seventh place in the rankings.
Salah led Liverpool to a clean quadruple win over Everton in the English Super League Round 14 on Wednesday evening.
“Salah is getting better every time and I don’t think the Golden Ball prize is worth it,” Rush said in press remarks Thursday morning. I feel like Levandovsky and Saleh are the best players in the world right now. Show Salah how deadly he can be. You’ll never walk alone, Salah. ”
He added: “I understand that the likes of Missy and Levandovsky are above Salah by arranging the Golden Ball, but he deserves to be with them, I think.”
He continued: “Salah is the best in the most difficult league in the world, at his best and in seventh place. It’s a joke. ”
Salah is currently leading the scorers in the English Super League with 13 goals, with 4 goals over Jamie Vardy’s closest goalscorer.
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Liverpool Club: “We merged with each other and suffered injuries last season and the reason we got better was because we found harmony and harmony, and we’re glad Van Dyke came back.”
Mohamed Salah led his Liverpool team to a 1/4 victory over Everton on Wednesday evening, in the match at Goodison Park in Derby Merseyside in the 14th round of the English Premier League.
Liverpool’s goalscorer Mohamed Salah scored two goals in the 19th minute.