Salah 'expected' Liverpool heroics but denies being arrogant

Jonathan Hernandez
February 8, 2018

The Egyptian, who joined from Roma in the summer, became the fastest player to 20 Premier League goals on Sunday during the 2-2 draw with Tottenham.

This unrivalled level of confidence (not arrogance, remember) is perhaps what has got the former Chelsea man to where he is today, with his instinctive attacking play surely only encouraged by Jurgen Klopp who places so much faith in his players' ability.

Fowler knows a thing or two about scoring goals for Liverpool FC and the Reds legend has admitted that he has been thrilled with the way Salah has started his Anfield career.

There may be a fine line between confidence and arrogance, but as long as Salah keeps scoring we're sure Liverpool fans won't care what he says about his own displays.

The Egyptian arrived at Anfield last summer in a £36.9m switch from Roma and has been in stunning form in his first season back in the Premier League.

"We also spoke after the match against Manchester United this season and have a good relationship. I think I'm doing well". I came here to be at a top club and to enjoy myself - that was my thinking.

In an interview with FourFourTwo, he said: "I have loved the club since I was young and knew this was a team I wanted to play for".

By the time he was finally sold in 2016, Mourinho had already been sacked, but Salah says there is no bad blood between the two.

'Ever since I was a kid, I had been a Liverpool fan - they were my favourite Premier League club, ' he added.

'We want to push ourselves to win something.

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