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Mohamed Salah’s form worries Liverpool



Mohamed Salah’s form worries Liverpool

The Egyptian star’s poor form has Liverpool worried. He has scored only once in the last 7 games.

Mohamed Salah is undoubtedly one of Liverpool’s best players. He has been the jugular of Liverpool’s attacking unit since signing. With 173 goals in 284 appearances, he is one of the club’s top scorers. However, his form dipped over the weeks. His poor form affected Liverpool’s form as a whole.

Liverpool have managed just one win

in their last five games and they were knocked out of all domestic cup competitions after new signing Cody Gakpo missed out. Things are looking bleak for the Reds.

Klopp’s thoughts on Salah

Asked about Salah’s form in the pre-Brighton game press conference, Klopp didn’t hold back. He told reporters

“Oh yes, of course he is in pain. It was a well-oiled machine, the first three, everything was clear about what we were doing. It’s a specific, offensive game that requires a lot of work and a lot of information, and not always obvious. Many of these things create an idea of ​​where your teammate is and where you need to pass the ball without looking. It’s not cool, but we can’t wait to be at our best again and win 5-0 and get into the next game. We have to work hard. No one wants to hear it, but we have to.

While Salah managed to get an assist against Brighton, Liverpool still found themselves on the losing side.

Following Liverpool’s FA Cup loss to Brighton, Ally McCoist spoke about Mohamed Salah’s struggles this season. He told TalkSPORT,

“Salah, as good as it is, I don’t care what anyone says, it’s not the same player.”

“I don’t care what they say, his standards have dropped. Don’t get me wrong, his standards were ridiculously high, but they have dropped.”

“It doesn’t seem to produce the same quality.”

“You’re not like last year.” 😱

“Salah is not the same. His standards were ridiculously high, but they’ve come down.”

Ally McCoist can’t believe the drop in #LFC performance so far this season.

— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT)
Liverpool need to change things fast to even have a chance of finishing in the Top 6 or they won’t even get a chance to play European football next season.