BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, it has been confirmed and agreed Liverpool superstar Mohammed salah will be leaving the club at the end of the season after the club reached an agreement with the Saudi Pro League for a big money move and has found a perfect replacement. Mohammed salah has sentba message to Liverpool fans he said ” Liverpool will forever be in my heart I love you all, from day one you have supported me but be strong, it’s time to move on Without me they [Liverpool] will be fine. We have fantastic players. Anyone can play in my position. Anyone can do what I am doing.” Anyone can do what I’m doing” – Mohamed Salah sends emphatic Liverpool message before leaving.


Mohamed Salah, Liverpool’s standout player, shared insights into his halftime reflections following a missed penalty in their recent 4-2 Premier League triumph over Newcastle United. The Reds, currently leading the league table with 45 points from 20 matches, dominated the match at Anfield, with Salah securing two goals while Cody Gakpo and Curtis Jones also found the net.

Before Salah’s second-half scoring spree, he had an unsuccessful attempt from the penalty spot in the 22nd minute after Luis Diaz was fouled inside the Magpies’ box. Despite his powerful strike, Newcastle’s goalkeeper, Martin Dubravka, comfortably saved Salah’s shot. Reflecting on this at the end of the game, Salah candidly expressed his thoughts to Sky Sports, emphasizing the need for composure and improvement during halftime discussions amongst the players.

Salah, soon to join the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), showcased his prowess during the match, registering four shots on target, completing 25 successful passes out of 39 attempts, creating four chances (the most in the match), and executing one successful dribble out of three attempts on Monday.

Liverpool’s manager, Jurgen Klopp, praised Salah’s resilience in the post-match press conference, acknowledging Salah’s consistent ability to impact and elevate his game, emphasizing his capacity to positively influence matches, even after facing setbacks like missed penalties. Klopp highlighted Salah’s adaptability and continuous improvement, citing his prolific goal-scoring record and his ability to cope with missed opportunities.

Despite rumors linking Salah to a potential move to Saudi Arabian club Al-Ittihad during the summer, Salah has remained in remarkable form this season, contributing 18 goals and nine assists in 27 appearances across all competitions. Klopp also praised the team’s overall performance against Newcastle, characterizing it as a high-intensity match despite a brief lull after 35 minutes, encompassing a disallowed goal and the missed penalty, followed by an energetic start to the second half, continuing from where they left off before halftime.

Liverpool dominated possession with 62%, unleashing a total of 34 shots and accumulating a significant 7.27 xG (Expected Goals) in their clash against Newcastle, highlighting their offensive strength and efficiency during the game.

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