Liverpool’s Twitter page turned into a wall to celebrate the Egyptian star Mohamed SalahAfter his continued brilliance in the Champions League and scoring a double against Atletico Madrid, Liverpool club celebrated Salah’s two goals against the Spanish champion, with pictures of him while scoring goals on “Twitter”, and commented: “Mohamed Salah .. look with his eyes and his heart, the final result is known. The Reds win.”
Liverpool on Twitter
A little while ago, the official account of the Liverpool team on Twitter changed the page frame image of the Egyptian pharaoh Mohamed Salah, in celebration of his records achieved in the ranks of the Reds, in the English Premier League and the Champions League.
The Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, led his Liverpool team to an exciting victory over its host Atletico Madrid, 3-2, in the meeting that brought the two teams together on Tuesday evening, at the “Wanda Metropolitano” stadium in the Spanish capital, Madrid, as part of the third round competitions for the second group of the Champions League. Europe.
The positive tie was settled 2-2 in the first half of the match, and the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah opened the scoring for the Liverpool team after 8 minutes of the start of the match, after he made a great individual effort, dribbled through more than one Atletico Madrid defender before he paid and collided with James Milner and settled The net, so that the goal is calculated for the last, before the European Union decides to calculate the goal for the Egyptian star.
Guinean Naby Keita added the second goal of the Reds in the 13th minute, with a powerful shot to the left of the Atletico Madrid goalkeeper. French star Antoine Griezmann scored two goals for Atletico Madrid in the 20th and 34th minutes of the match.
At the beginning of the second half, Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann was subjected to a direct expulsion, after his violent intervention against the Brazilian Roberto Firmino, the Liverpool striker, in the 52nd minute.
Mohamed Salah scored his second and third personal goal for the Reds in the 78th minute, through a penalty kick, to become the historical scorer for Liverpool in the Champions League with 31 goals, surpassing the previous record in the name of star Steven Gerrard 30 goals.