Mohamed Salah Shines As Liverpool Thrases Rangers With 7-1 Victory


Mohamed Salah shines, and it looks like Liverpool’s bad days in the league will not affect their run in the champion’s league. The Egyptian King of Liverpool has scored three goals with precision which, along with the cameo of Bobby Firmino coming on from the bench, has put Liverpool seven times ahead of the Rangers’ score.

Roberto Firmino and his backheel pass were among the game’s greatest love stories. Firmino scored to create a goal with his silky smooth touch of the back heel for Darwin Nunez.

However, it was the game for Mohamed Salah and his goals against the Rangers. The star striker of Egypt wasn’t at his best since Sadio Mane left the club. But there was still no stopping his scoring habits. On Wednesday, he proved that again.

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This was the second straight group-stage victory for the Reds of Merseyside over a weak against the Rangers team. After all the Prem League anxiety stemming from the club’s worst household start after 2012–13, Liverpool had the solace of recognizing that a spot in the knockout stages of Europe’s most prestigious league is guaranteed.

It had been bad for Klopp since his statement asking Liverpool fans to book tickets for this year’s champions league final after losing to Real Madrid last season.

However, on Wednesday evening Mohamed Salah came first. Once he entered the game in the sixty-eighth minute, Liverpool had a 3-1 lead, and Rangers appeared to be in trouble. Mohamed Salah gave it to them in plenty. The depth of the Rangers’ defeat was stunning, which prompted the inevitable inquiry regarding the mental fragility of the coach, Giovanni van Bronckhorst.