Ex-Liverpool Star Tips Salah To Challenge For Ballon d'Or

Ex-Liverpool Star Tips Salah To Challenge For Ballon d'Or

After taking the lead through Liverpool star Mohamed Salah in the 56 minute, two stoppage-time headers from Ballon d'Or victor Cristiano Ronaldo meant Egypt were undone in the dying minutes.

"I think that without a doubt Salah is one of our best players for Egypt".

"They're both quick, they both score goals from all over, and I think Madrid might come in for him".

"It is fantastic and he couldn't have done any more". As Liverpool are unable to win the league this season, their only hope of silverware remains in the Champions League - where they face a throng of elite opposition standing in their way, including Manchester City.

It is already the best debut season ever by a Liverpool player, and with seven games still to play this season, it will probably be the most prolific season by any Reds player in the Premier League era.

"We won three trophies that season and that's what we've got to start doing now".

That's typical Salah - so much quality regardless of where he is in front of goal.

"Yes Salah's importance to us is like Messi's importance to Argentina but there is a whole team behind Salah helping him shine".

The Egyptian has no interest in moving to La Liga and has told friends he wants to remain in the Premier League, according to John Richardson at the Sunday Mirror.

In order for Salah to maintain the same level of success in the long term, Rush concluded: "You keep looking to improve yourself every time".

The 25-year-old has shown his interest to stay at Anfield and even went on to say in an exclusive interview with Four-Four-Two, "I'm happy scoring goals for the club I supported as a kid - that's all that matters". People will be out there saying; If you stop Salah from playing, then you stop Liverpool from playing and winning.