3 Times Liverpool star Mo Salah mesmerized the fans with his outstanding dribbling skills


3 Times Mohamed Salah mesmerized PL fans with his dribbling skills

Mohamed Salah has established himself as one of the best forwards in the Premier League and in Europe in the past few years. His exploits for Liverpool have taken the Reds to greater heights in recent times, winning the Champions League last season and dominating the league this season.

Jurgen Klopp bought Salah from Roma and made him a key player alongside Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane – one of the first names on the manager’s team sheet.

The Egyptian has blistering speed and his technique on the ball is beyond some defender’s ability to read his game. Salah has scored plenty of goals for the Reds in the past two seasons and has also won the Premier League Golden Boot award twice.

Mohamed Salah has won two Premier League Golden Boot award with Liverpool (Getty Images)
Mohamed Salah has won two Premier League Golden Boot award with Liverpool (Getty Images)

Let’s take a look at 3 instances when the former Chelsea and AS Roma man showed magic with his feet in England’s top-flight.

Liverpool 1-1 Everton (Dec 10, 2017)

After an intense first 40 minutes of the game at Anfield, Salah received a direct ball from Joe Gomez and scored the opener. Before scoring, he nutmegged the first defender and had to be quick to keep away from another.

Mohamed Salah's goal against Everton won the Puskas Award (Getty Images)
Mohamed Salah’s goal against Everton won the Puskas Award (Getty Images)

He twisted and turned with his left foot working in tandem, and found the the top corner. However, former Manchester United man Wayne Rooney scored the equalizer 13 minutes before the final whistle.

Liverpool 5-0 Watford (March 17, 2018)

The Reds crushed Watford at home after a scintillating performance from the Egyptian forward, who scored a beauty.

The 27-year-old was in devastating form and that is evident from the first two goals. He toyed the Hornets defence and made them look vulnerable. He was at his best on that day and sealed the game 5 minutes before the final whistle.

Tottenham 0-1 Liverpool (Jan 11, 2020)

Salah was impressive against Tottenham as he provided an assist for Roberto Firmino’s winner. However, there was some other action that caught the eyes.

Mohamed Salah vies with Tottenham's Davinson sanchez (Getty Images0
Mohamed Salah vies with Tottenham’s Davinson Sanchez (Getty Images0

As the first half was approaching, the Egyptian received the ball from Firmino and stormed towards the penalty box, trying to get away from Davinson Sanchez.

The two of them collided as they approached each other and mighty Mo stood his ground and made a swift move. The Colombian couldn’t handle the prowess of Salah and fell to the ground. This is not the first time the right-winger has used his ankle breaker technique.