Manchester City outperforms Liverpool at the top of the 2 billion euro League Cup
Before their furious clash tonight in the Carabao Cup round of sixteen matches, the English Manchester City club outperforms its elite rival Liverpool in terms of marketing value among its ranks, led by the Egyptian sensation Mohamed Salah.
The time and channels for Man City’s match versus Liverpool
At the “Al-Ittihad” stadium, Man City and the Reds are engaged in a ferocious matchup ahead of their matchup this evening, Thursday, in the round of 16 of the current English Professional League Cup.
The Liverpool and Manchester City match will be shown on beIN Sports Premium HD1, while the English Professional League Cup will be shown exclusively in the Middle East on the Qatari BN Sport channel group.
According to the international “Transfer Market” network, the marketing value of the Manchester City team is 1.09 billion euros, whereas the marketing value of the Liverpool team is 867 million euros.
With a value of 170 million euros, the young Norwegian sensation Erling Haaland is the most expensive player in the match between Manchester City and Liverpool in terms of marketing value.
Prior to their match against Manchester City, Luis Diaz and Egyptian superstar Mohamed Salah are Liverpool’s two most expensive players, with the Pharaoh’s marketing value reaching 80 million euros.
Mohamed Salah, on the other hand, is eager to score more goals against Manchester City and reach his career-high tenth goal against the finest side in the world.
Mohamed Salah participated in 17 matches against Manchester City, he managed to win 7 matches, draw 4 and lose 6 matches, while he succeeded in scoring 9 goals and making 5 others.
In two Champions League games he played in against Manchester City, Mohamed Salah managed to win them by scoring two goals and setting up another.
In the Community Shield, Mohamed Salah also took part in two games against Manchester City and was able to win one and lose the other, scoring once and setting up another.
Mohamed Salah also participated against Manchester City in two matches in the Community Shield, and was able to win one and lose the same, scoring a goal and making another.
Although Mohamed Salah had never scored or made in the FA Cup, he played Manchester City in two games, winning one and losing the other.