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What did Mohamed Salah say after leading Liverpool to victory over Tottenham?

The match between Liverpool and Tottenham ended with the Reds winning two goals for Egyptian international star Mohamed Salah, in the Premier League, as part of the fifteenth round of the competition, hosting the “Tottenham Hotspur” stadium.

Liverpool’s first goal came through Mohamed Salah in the 11th minute of halftime, after a brilliant pass from Uruguayan striker Darwin Nunes, which Salah fired to the left of French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, the Tottenham keeper, to set the net.

Egyptian international star Mohamed Salah added the Reds’ second goal, in the 40th minute of halftime, after a mistake by Tottenham defender Erk Dier, singling out Mohamed Salah with Lloris’ net and putting her in goal superbly.

Before Tottenham’s side reduced the score in the second half through England international Harry Kane in the 70th minute of game time.

Mohamed Salah’s remarks after scoring two goals in the Spur’s net
Mohamed Salah said after the game: “Definitely happy with the win and three points today and my scoring for the Reds in the game.

Mohamed Salah added: It is important for you as a striker to know how to move in small spaces, and put yourself in a place that makes it easier for you to score goals.

Salah asserted that

“I could have scored more than two goals in the second half, but I was unlucky and put the chance to score on more than one occasion.”

The Egyptian International star continued: I know the Tottenham team well, I know how to win them, I have played a lot of games in front of them, so I know how to score in their own right.

Liverpool and Tottenham’s stance in the Premier League following the game
The victory brought Liverpool’s tally to a point of 19, in eighth place, where they won 5 games, drew 4, and lost as much as they did.

The Tottenham side’s balance was frozen at point 26, falling to fourth place, behind third-placed Newcastle on 27 points.

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