Liverpool: Mohamed Salah at the time of revenge

Mohamed Salah, who has just extended his contract with Liverpool until 2025, still cannot get his mind off his seventh place in the Golden Ball classification and the failure in the qualifying play-offs at the 2022 World Cup .

After failing to qualify for the World Cup, losing the play-offs against Senegal, and ranked seventh in the Golden Ball, Mohamed Salah does not give up and does not declare himself defeated. « I don’t deny it, I want to be recognized as the best player in the world, » he said a few weeks ago in the columns of France Football.

Exceptional statistics for Salah

Mohamed Salah appeared in 51 games for the Liverpool Reds last season, in which he scored 31 goals and provided 16 assists, finishing co-top scorer in the Premier League with Son Heung-min and top assist provider last season in England.

This season promises to be hot for Salah as the Egyptian star is likely to reach record numbers in Liverpool history, starting with his position in the team’s all-time goalscoring list.

On the other hand Salah, seeks to ensure qualification for CAN 2023 with Egypt. “I will not retire before winning a title with Egypt. That’s my goal,” he said.

Losing the African Ballon d’Or which was awarded to Sadio Mané, the Egyptian superstar is keen to get revenge this season and he announced the colors well with the Community Shield final, won by his team against Manchester City (3- 1), Saturday July 30.

A fanfare start to the season for the Pharaoh

Salah has already unlocked his goal counter and delivered an assist for his first official game of the season. « I think we are in a good position to fight for everything, especially with the arrival of new signings, » Salah told the FA’s official website.

“We just have to keep working hard, we have good vision, we have to be positive and play every tournament trying to win everything. I think I won almost everything at Liverpool, collectively and individually, but there is always room to win more,” he also noted.

Since joining Liverpool in 2017, Salah has won 7 titles including UEFA Champions League (2019), Premier League (2020), UEFA Super Cup (2019), Club World Cup (2019), FA Cup (2022), the Carabao Cup (2022). He is still thirsty to win other trophies.

Will Salah manage to crown his fine career with the Ballon d’Or this season? Has the hour of revenge struck for the Egyptian Pharaoh? Answers to follow during the 2022-2023 sporting season which promises to be full of ambitions for Salah and his teammates in Liverpool.

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