Mohamed Salah leads Liverpool to overthrow Manchester City in the English Premier League


Our Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, led his Liverpool team to a difficult victory against Manchester City, 1-0, in the match that brought the two teams together on Sunday evening at Anfield in the top of the 11th round of the English Premier League.


Our Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, played the match from the beginning, and performed well, scoring the game’s only goal in the 75th minute and was the star of the first meeting.


Mohamed Salah reached the third goal in the English Premier League this season, having previously scored two goals.


The first half ended negatively, and at the beginning of the second half, specifically in the 50th minute, Mohamed Salah missed the opportunity for the first goal by wasting an explicit individual goal.


The first and only goal came in the 75th minute through the Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, from the goal, to be scored brilliantly by the Egyptian star.


Before the end of the match, there was an argument between Mohamed Salah and Bernardo Silva, the Manchester City player, because the City players forced Salah on one of the balls, and Jurgen Klopp was expelled due to the objection.


With this result, Manchester City occupies the second place in the English Premier League standings with 23 points collected from winning in 7 games, drawing in two games and losing in a meeting, while Liverpool is in eighth place with 13 points collected from 3 victories, 2 losses and 4 matches.


The formation of Liverpool was as follows: Goalkeeper: Alisson Becker / Defense: Joe Gomez – Virgil Van Dyck – Ibrahima Konate – Costas Tsimikas / Midfield: Fabinho – Jordan Henderson – Fabio Carvalho / Attack: Mohamed Salah – Roberto Firmino – Darwin Nunez.


While the formation of Manchester City was as follows: Goalkeepers: Ederson / Defense: Joao Cancelo – Aymeric Laporte – Manuel Akanji – Sergio Gomez / Midfield: Rodri – Bernardo Silva – Kevin De Bruyne – Phil Foden – Jack Greely / Attack: Erling Haaland.


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