Mo. Salah beats Hazard and Mahrez in the most successful dribbling in the English Premier League

The dribbling of Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, Liverpool’s top scorer, for Argentine Lisandro Martinez, Manchester United defender, ignited Arab and foreign platforms in the sweeping victory of the “Reds” over “Maneo” by seven clean in the Premier League. Not only did Salah dribble with great skill, but he knocked down the world champion with his country.

British newspapers and Arab journalists praised Salah’s impressive performance against Manchester United, who used to shine in front of him, and focused on Martinez’s elusive shot, from which he skillfully made the third goal for his Dutch colleague Cody Jakobo.

Commenting on the dribbling, the British newspaper “The Sun” indicated that Salah returned the Manchester United defender to Ajax Amsterdam – his former team – saying about the shot: “Martinez feels dizzy after Salah’s amazing skill in Liverpool’s goal.”

The British newspaper “Daily Star” wrote that “Salah made Martinez dance, and dropped him on his back to arouse the enthusiasm of the fans.”

As for the “Express” newspaper, it saw that “the Egyptian star ended the career of the Argentine defender with this elusiveness.”

The official account of the Premier League on Twitter celebrated Salah’s record numbers other than the historic scorer for Liverpool, including that he became the most scored left foot with 104 goals, in addition to scoring 32 goals in 38 consecutive matches.

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