Wednesday 20 May 2020
Mohamed Salah, Liverpool player, confirmed that the match between Egypt and the Congo in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers is the most difficult in his career.
Mohamed Salah said during “Live Vodafone” “Egypt’s match with the Congo is the most difficult in my career because it was decided to qualify for the World Cup after an absence of 28 years.”
Salah paid the fatal penalty kick that led Egypt to a 1-2 victory against Congo at the Burj Al Arab Stadium in the decisive round of the African qualifiers, which were qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
He added, “The way I celebrated in the Champions League final was because of Mecca. It was she who asked me to celebrate that way if I registered.”
Salah scored a goal in Liverpool’s 2-0 victory against Tottenham in the Champions League final last season.
He continued, “In general, I train at home, it is not limited to the current situation, the training in the club is between 3 to 4 hours, and I also train at home individually.”
“My ambition is always renewed, I dreamed of professionalism, when I realized and moved to the Swiss Basel I started thinking about the next dream and the next step, the same thing when I was in Chelsea and after my departure for Fiorentina, I always look for development.”
He concluded, “I like to spend holidays with family and friends, but I have to spend some days away from everyone in order to prepare for the season well.”