Salah's convincing lookalike spotted in Egypt

Tyler Owen
May 4, 2018

Salah's contributions alone would incredibly see Liverpool sat in seventh on 53 points and with a goal difference of +4 - four places below their current position, but enough to secure European football.

But, even with a 5-2 lead, even though they know that all they have to do is stop the hosts scoring three times, some of the odds for the Champions League semi-final second leg are reflective of two things: how deadly Liverpool are, and how mad they are too.

And Salah's success on the pitch appears to have been good news for Ahmed Bahaa, who has gained plenty of media attention for his ridiculous likeness to the diminutive winger as a result.

"I think Salah trains at 20% because he's scared of injuring himself".

The Egypt global scored twice and set up another two goals in a 5-2 win in the opening leg at Anfield.

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Moreno spoke to El Transistor after Liverpool saw off Roma last night to set up a final showdown with Real Madrid.

"I've faced them [Madrid] a few times, it's very complicated", said Moreno, a former Sevilla player. We have very unsafe players up front like Salah, Sadio [Mane], Roberto [Firmino]. 'We have a great squad and we're going to fight for the Champions League.

Moreno is hoping to play his part in the final in Kiev on May 26. He's competing against Christian Eriksen's screamer and Dele Alli's first goal against Chelsea, Ayoze Perez's lob against Leicester City and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's brilliant finish of a team goal against Southampton.

The Arabic hashtag "I support Mohammed Salah" was widely used online, with hundreds of thousands of fans declaring their unwavering support for the player against the federation. I'm not happy with the situation but it was down to an injury and not a decision that he [Jurgen Klopp] made. Every player wants to play.

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