Mohamed Salah has pretty much established his dominion over most goalscoring awards this season and the latest feather to his cap appears to be winning the Champions League Goal of the Week, according to a tweet from Liverpool’s official Twitter handle. Liverpool decimated Premier League champions-elect Manchester City in an entertaining quarter-final clash and Salah bagged a brilliant goal in the process.
The player leapfrogged the likes of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Suarez and Mario Mandzukic to claim the prize and as expected, the fans couldn’t contain ourselves!
Salah has become a household name across the Liverpool fanbase for his effortless goalscoring exploits and sensational form. He is consistent and boasts of lethal skills which have turned his debut season at Liverpool into nothing short of a miracle.
With 40 goals to his name in his Liverpool career so far, there is absolutely no limit as to what he can achieve. However, he will face a tough test when Liverpool take on AS Roma in the Champions League semifinal. But knowing his capabilities, it is safe to say that no mountain is too big for Salah.
With him picking up the award for the Champions League Goal of the Week, here’s how our fellow supporters reacted on Twitter.
People laughed when #LFC paid big money for Salah..8 months later he's being mentioned in the same sentence as Ian Rush.Nobody would have ever predicted that
— AnfieldUrchin (@AnfieldUrchin) April 16, 2018
If Mo' Salah was at Chelsea, he would be "Overrated "
If Mo' Salah was at Man Utd, he would be a "Flop"
If Mo' Salah was at Arsenal, he would be "Overhyped"
But he plays For Liverpool, Mohammed Salah is The best Player in The EPL, Since No One Hates Liverpool. 👋👋
— JN SHINE™ (@jn_shine) April 16, 2018
Mo Salah is 100% player of the season and arguably Firmino should be runner up
— Dawkins (@Si_23Q) April 16, 2018
Mo Salah is the best thing that has happened to Liverpool since Luis Suarez.
— Nduey Mulsanne🇦🇪 (@Nduey_Escobar) April 16, 2018
Imagine waking up a Monday and not having Mo Salah at your club 😳
— Levi (@TheAlonsoRole) April 16, 2018
Mo Salah has already scored the second most goals for Liverpool since Klopp took over. [@BassTunedToRed]
Absolute madness. #lfc
— Max Riegel (@max_riegel) April 16, 2018
— Top of the klopps (@browny20221986) April 14, 2018