Saturday 29 February 2020
Ahmed Hossam “Mido”, the former Tottenham Hotspur star, said that his compatriot Mohamed Salah, the star of Liverpool, and the Premier League’s top scorer in the last two seasons, provided stability and focus unless an Egyptian player before.
Mido added in an interview with CNN that the German coach Juergen way of the Liverpool team made Salah closer to the goal of the competitors, which increased his goalscoring rates recently.
Mido spoke about the dazzling shift in Salah’s offensive numbers, saying: “When Salah came from Rome, he was an outright winger, he didn’t score as many goals as he does now, Klopp handled him with great skill.”
The former Egyptian star continued: “He pushed him a little forward as a second striker, which brought him closer to the goal, with that speed and great potential, he scored more goals, and in my opinion the credit goes to Klopp.”
Mido answered a question about whether Mohamed Salah was the best Egyptian player in history, saying: “Yes, he is the best.” After the other, I don’t think an Egyptian player has done this before. “
Salah moved to the ranks of Liverpool coming from the Italian capital team in 2017, for 42 million euros.