Mo Salah Apologises To Watford Goalkeeper After Scoring FOUR In Liverpool Rout

Mohamed Salah made history for Liverpool on Saturday, scoring four goals and assisting one in a 5-0 win over Watford.


The Reds moved up to third in the Premier League, with Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester United all in FA Cup action, further cementing their hopes for a Champions League spot next season.

Salah, affectionately known as ‘The Egyptian King’ by the Liverpool fans, has now scored more goals than anyone in a single season, with 36. A staggering 28 of those have come in the Premier League and there are still eight games remaining.

But the star has a modest side, as he showed when he apologised to Hornets goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis.

Manchester City are standing in their way in the Champions League, with a hotly anticipated all English quarter-final set to commence at the start of next month.

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