Reveals what Roberto Firmino told Darwin Núñez about Mohamed Salah during the Champions League match on Wednesday. In the game they attacked Rangers in a landslide 7-1
Roberto Firmino claimed he knew Mohamed Salah would score his first Champions League hat-trickfor Liverpool after the Egyptian scored his first goal for Rangers. On Wednesday night. The footballer from Dan Mummy rose from the bench to score three fastest goals in the history of this list. It took just 6 minutes and 12 seconds to complete that record as the Reds thrashed Rangers 7-1 at the Ibrox Stadium.
Firmino, who scored twice in the game and assisted for Darwin Nunez ‘s goal, was substituted shortly before the Egyptian started scoring his first. And he wasn’t surprised by Salah’s implosion in front of goal. “It’s really amazing!” Firmino said. “When he scores the first goal I told Darwin on the bench he would score a hat-trick 100%.” “I felt it from the bench. That’s what he really can do. And I’m very happy for him.”
Firmino has now scored eight goals and provided four assists in 12 games this season. With only Manchester City ‘s Erling Haaland and top striker Harry Kane coming in. Tottenham Hotspur, who has scored more goals for Premier League clubs, and in talks with UEFA.com, the 31-year-old added: “I am very happy. I try my best to score a lot of goals. and help the UFABET team win I play for the team first, good things will happen, I believe this 100%.” “It was a very difficult game. But we know that in advance. We do our best to score goals. We do that and we win. And we are very happy about it.”
Despite rejoicing for the top team from Anfield, some Liverpool fans have shown symptoms. Confused by Salah’s behavior after this game? When most Red Machine players go to express their gratitude to the supporters who came to support Scotland. But will the striker’s actions only add to speculation. That he might not be happy with the situation he faces at Anfield? When Salah walked softly Go straight to the tunnel instead of walking to thank the Redskins disciples.
The team’s supporters clearly expressed their feelings about the incident via social media after the game. “Salah grabbed the match ball and headed down the tunnel without thanking the fans. traveling to cheer That is very indicative of his mental state. ” The situation would have been very different had Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo doing so: “It’s quite strange to see Salah walking straight down the tunnel after the game. At least go to the fans if Ronaldo does that. It would be big news.”