Salah reveals how he struggled to drive in the UK

Salah reveals how he struggled to drive in the UK

- Salah describes his challenges living in the United Kingdom

- The Liverpool star said it took time for him to drive properly

- Salah revealed he had a couple of accidents before getting a grip

Mohamed Salah caught the world by storm following his record-breaking performances for Liverpool in the Premier League.

But his skills while driving a car might need a bit more honing before his Anfield team-mates allow him to drive them forward off the pitch as well as on it.

Speaking on a commercial the Reds striker revealed he struggled to get to grips with driving on the road in the United Kingdom.

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"In the first few week it was hard," Salah said.

"I had couple of accidents when I did drive on the sidewalk, but then everything worked just fine."

The 26-year-old arrived at Anfield last season for a fee worth £39million with a point to prove in the Premier League having previously failed to make an impact with Chelsea.

But the forward made a stunning impact with the Merseyside club, scoring a stunning 44 goals to become the Premier League's top scorer as well as helping the Reds reach the Champions League final.

Questioned on his favourite achievement in his highly successful first season at Liverpool, the Egyptian stated that becoming the Premier League's top scorer was his highlight.

"[Winning the] golden boot for sure," Salah added.

"I had to work hard for that, and concentrate on every match to score, also I had to fight for it with a great players as Harry Kane and [Sergio] 'Kun' Aguero."

Liverpool have added quality players for the coming season including Alisson, Naby Keita, Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri.

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The Anfield giants will be hoping that Salah can finally steer them towards a first league title since 1990.

Meanwhile, had earlier reported Nabil Fekir's move to Liverpool has been the longest rumour in this summer transfer window so far.

According to French media outlet L'Equipe, Lyon would still allow the World Cup winner to leave this summer if a suitable £60million comes in.

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