Mohamed Salah Reveals Regret over Special Liverpool Goal in Dramatic Draw With Man City
Liverpool winger Mohammed Salah was on fire as Liverpool were forced to a 2-2 draw by Manchester City at the Etihad stadium.
It was a moment of magic from the ‘Egyptian king’ as he left three Manchester City players in shock with a carefully executed skill even while he was under pressure.
Despite his world-class goal, the Liverpool winger expresses regret as they failed to win against Manchester City.
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“I have to watch it to see,” said Salah.
“I do remember it a bit. It would be a bit more special if we win the game but it is the result, it’s a good goal but nothing much to say.” JAMB Result
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