Mohamed Salah hilariously trolled his own teammates during the goal celebrations in Liverpool’s comeback win against Southampton.
The Egyptian forward turned up in style against Southampton, as the forward scored Liverpool’s second goal late in the second half.
Mohamed Salah scored his 50th goal for Liverpool since joining the side. Jurgen Klopp’s side regained the top spot in the Premier League with the win over the Saints.
Southampton led the game early in the first half, but Naby Keita equalized minutes after Shane Long’s strike in the game.
Salah and Henderson scored in the second half to seal the victory for Liverpool. With 82 points, Liverpool took a two-point lead over Manchester City. Guardiola’s men, however, have a goal’s advantage.
In the game, Salah hilariously trolled his teammates during the goal celebrations.
Salah hilariously trolls teammates:
Mohamed Salah scored a beautiful solo goal as he led the counter-attack in the 80th minute.
The forward ran to the crowd and pulled his shirt off during the goal celebrations. As Robertson ran towards Salah to hug him during the celebrations, the Liverpool star hilariously dodged past him to face the crowd.
Robertson jumped into Henderson instead of Salah, who was running from the other side.
Here’s the video:
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The Egyptian star has been in fine form for Liverpool ever since joining the side last season. Mohamed Salah is currently the second-highest goalscorer in the Premier League – with 18 goals.
Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero continues to be at the top of the table. The Argentine striker is a goal ahead of Salah.
Liverpool will face Porto in the Champions League before taking on Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea in a significant Premier League clash on April 14.
Both, Liverpool and Chelsea cannot afford to drop points at this stage of the season. While Liverpool face tough competition from Manchester City for the title race, Sarri’s side is in a four-horse battle – alongside Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United, for the top-4 race.