Published: Tue, October 02, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Liverpool Wonder Kid Celebrates Goal Against Chelsea Like A Fan

Liverpool Wonder Kid Celebrates Goal Against Chelsea Like A Fan

As Salah sits on three goals in six league games, compared to his four of last season, former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher said Monday Night Football the winger's form is being unfairly critisied.

The Egyptian's early season form - which has seen him score three goals - has come under the spotlight, especially following the weekend's draw with Chelsea where he missed a number of chances.

One of Liverpool's biggest weaknesses in recent years has been the lack of options and depth, often highlighted by injuries to players like Daniel Sturridge, and Jurgen Klopp set to right that wrong this summer.

"He's not in great form, but I don't really think he's in bad form either", he said.

I hope Jurgen Klopp is saying this to him about the goals he scored last season. "He is only one goal down on last season", Carragher said in his Sky Sports column.

Mo Salah's season has not got off to a flyer.

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Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne - the club's top scorer this season with five goals in Serie A - believes Brazilian Roberto Firmino will be a danger man. He never got 47 again, he would score 25 or 30 goals a season.

Salah is getting prepared along with the Liverpool squad for their second Champions League clash on October 3 against Napoli in Italy, having overcame the first tough task against PSG with a 3-2 victory.

"When I've been watching him I think he's been very sloppy in possession in those [middle] areas and at times it's caused Liverpool a problem".

Sturridge might be now occupying the back-up striker role that the youngster wants, but that doesn't mean Brewster isn't going to give his all when the team he loves grabs a last minute leveller during an important game.

The path that Jadon Sancho took from the Premier League to the Bundesliga will have been watched with interest by youngsters struggling for minutes, but thankfully Brewster is one of ours now. The same almost happened against Chelsea.

"The test will be very hard, we will not have much time to think about what to do on the pitch, but we have a lot of confidence for tomorrow's match and we will do it".

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