Peter Schmeichel said very nice and encouraging things about Mohamed Salah when he helped Liverpool win against Wolves on Saturday.
Salah did something very good and was admired by fans for making a great pass that helped his teammate, Andy Robertson, to score the winning goal. Schmeichel strongly believes that Salah’s pass was outstanding.
Five minutes before the end of the match, Liverpool pounced on a weak goal kick. Robertson attacked the Wolves defensive line and passed to Salah. Salah found the stand-in captain with a superbly weighted pass and slotted into goal from the left return.
A famous Premier League player and one-time goalkeeper, Schmeichel, was really surprised, especially by Salah’s amazing touch before he placed the pass. He talked about this on PL Productions on September 16, 2023, at exactly 8:35 p.m
Do not just think of Salah as a goal scorer; we want you to also think about how he creates good opportunities for others. In the first five Premier League games of the season, he scored two goals, and he has helped his teammates score four times. Salah, as we know, is 31 years old, and the season has just begun. Schmeichel talked about what he thinks.
“Great finish (by Robertson),” Schmeichel said. “When the goalkeeper gets the ball (to knock the ball out of his hands), I don’t think you can do what the Liverpool players are doing there.
“But the referee allowed it, and VAR didn’t see it. And the ball fell to Salah. This little touch is incredible. Don’t underestimate the quality of your passes and the quality of your finishing. This is wonderful. I can see my passport. It’s just quality.”
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Some people have labeled Salah selfish over the years, but that is complete nonsense. As a goalscorer, you have to be ruthless, and Salah definitely has that in his repertoire.
But his composure under pressure when passing is outstanding and underrated, as he showed many times recently at St James’ Park yesterday.
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