Mohamed Salah was taken off during Liverpool’s 4-0 victory over Leicester City yesterday.
Liverpool fans claim that Mohamed Salah has become a weak-link in their side, despite their 4-0 victory over Leicester City yesterday.
Liverpool were absolutely brilliant, as they battered the Foxes to take a big step closer to winning the title.
Leicester went into the game as Liverpool’s closest rivals in the Premier League, but they simply could not live with Jurgen Klopp’s men.
Liverpool absolutely battered the Foxes, as they cruised to success with arguably their finest performance of the season.
Almost every Liverpool player came out of the game earning rave reviews.
However, Salah was the one Liverpool player who failed to impress many.
The Egyptian came off when the Reds were only 1-0 up, before they went on to score a further three goals without him on the pitch.
And Liverpool fans have now questioned the display of the winger on social media.
Salah is really going to have it hard next year with Takumi moving to @LFC . He was selfish last night and kept losing the ball upfield. At this rate, he might end up as a sub next year.— K. Abranches (@Abranches99) December 27, 2019
How poor is Salah at present? Regularly losing the ball. Weak-link at the moment. #LFC— Liverpool FC Malaysia (@myLFCMalaysia) December 26, 2019
I’d go so far to say Salah has been the weak link so far #LEILIV— Martin Fish (@themartinfish) December 26, 2019
Salah has been shocking— Masum Miah (@MasumM96) December 26, 2019
Have no idea why Salah was moaning about coming off ….had a dreadful game and as usual very selfish instead of passing…..I often find his passing terrible, problem with mo is seems to be more off than on nights at them moment.— Kezk (@Kezk8) December 26, 2019
Dreadful game Salah !!— Mustafa (@M0KO14) December 26, 2019
Salah needs to stop crying. He’s been terrible— Sheriff of Breck Road (@sherrif_breckRd) December 26, 2019
Liverpool are now 13 points clear at the top of the Premier League table, and as long as they avoid any big slip-ups, the title should be theirs to lift in May.