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Posté le: Mer 29 Aoû - 09:52 (2018) Sujet du message: Why Mohamed Salah will expect to keep scoring for Liverpool
After scoring 15 league goals for Roma in the season prior to his arrival at Anfield, there was plenty of sbo bz sbobet optimism about what Mohamed Salah might be able to do in a Liverpool shirt. Few expected what followed. Salah was a 66/1 shot to win the Golden Boot before a ball was kicked but he became the first player to score 32 goals in a 38-game sbo bz sbobet Premier League season. It will not be quite such a shock if Salah goes on another scoring spree this time around but as with Harry Kane before him there seems to be a lingering suspicion that this might have been some sort of freak season, never to be repeated. Salah is not even an out-and-out striker, after all. But this argument is flawed. All evidence suggests his scoring is repeatable. It did not take long to see that Salah was going to score goals for Liverpool - and lots of them. "I remember his first game against Watford," Jamie Carragher tells MNF Extra. "It finished 3-3 and he scored but he had so many other chances and with the positions that he took up I think I said on sbo bz sbobet the next Monday Night Football that he was going to score 25 goals." The reason for such conviction was not that Salah did the spectacular, although the long-distance lob in the 4-3 win over Manchester City certainly came under that category. What was really impressive was that he found himself in dangerous positions time and time again. It is the curious thing about Salah - he actually misses a lot of good chances.