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Salah's image that shows why he is the Premier League's best striker

Egyptian player has returned with a high level of play

By Charles Cornwall

 Salah celebrating a goal
Salah celebrating a goal
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One of the biggest doubts that coach Jürgen Klopp had for the match against Brentford was the way in which Mohamed Salah would return to the field after a fairly lengthy recovery from his injury, the German strategist taking a risk by placing him as a substitute for Diogo Jota after he left the game due to injury, the Egyptian fulfilling expectations by contributing more than just a goal and an assist in the 4-1 win.

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The fact that Salah will be recognized as the player of the match is not only due to the couple of contributions he made for the second half, as videos are circulating on social networks showing the Pharaoh making a splendid dribbling move on the flank that left his opponent standing and with no chance to defend, pleasing many with these daring moves that are not very common to see in Salah.

The play was taken as a reference to silence all the detractors who every day are dedicated to highlight all the alleged shortcomings that Salah has against other opponents, ensuring many that the Egyptian does have dribbling skills and others that his level is far above those who today makes him fight in numbers, being Erling Haaland mentioned on more than one occasion since what the Norwegian did against Chelsea in this round 25 was far below what Mo' did on the right flank against Brentford.

With very good interventions from any area of the field, in addition to getting a goal and an assist of the four goals scored by his team, Salah in this match was able to reach 30 goals and assists in 30 different Premier League matches, achieving with those numbers to be placed within a select list of players who have also achieved it, appearing on the list Wayne Rooney with (36) and Thierry Henry with (32).

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The Pharaoh's successful comeback only confirms that his objectives have not changed despite having lived a hard time with the Egyptian national team, returning to the English courts with the conviction of being able to win the league title in the next few days, which will most likely be defined in March when they face Manchester City, a club that could not take advantage of the match against Chelsea and that today is already at a slight disadvantage over the Reds.

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