Van Dijk: Mo Salah can hurt any team

Hannah Rogers
April 4, 2018

"I think Mo would deserve it 100 per cent".

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah and Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne are the outstanding performers in the English Premier League this season.

And the Belgium midfielder believes his Spanish teammate can be the difference for Manchester City in Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final at Anfield.

But two names are likely to lead the nominations with Kevin De Bruyne and Mo Salah standing head and shoulders above all else in the league and despite the phenomenal goal scoring record the Reds striker holds, now 29 goals in 29 games, De Bruyne feels he still deserves the award.

"I think Jurgen is a master to buy players with what he really needs for the way he wants to play".

De Bruyne's form in the first half of the season appeared to make him a shoo-in for the Professional Footballers' Association Players' Player of the Year award, but Salah's goalscoring exploits are likely to have made it a much closer race. "But if they can get another one or two in I think they can challenge next summer", Adam said.

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"That's obviously not my decision".

It was Heusler, alongside Basel's former Sporting Director Georg Heitz, who negotiated the deal with Egyptian club Arab Contractors to take the teenage Salah to Switzerland six years ago.

"As defenders we need to step up our game obviously and make sure we are aware".

"What I admire most of the important teams is that in this kind of situation, knockout games, in the bad moments they are calm.because they know their chance is coming and when it comes they are not going to miss".

Just seconds after making the claim, the 25-year-old scored the victor in the Reds' 2-1 win. Nobody feels better than each other, everybody is working hard for each other to get the win.

With that winning goal Mo Salah raised his score to 29 goals to continue leading the top scorers of the Premier league, five goals ahead of his nearest competitor Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane.

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