- Wayne Rooney seems to be amazed by what Mohamed Salah is becoming
- The Liverpool star has been crucial for the potential Premier league champions
- Ronaldo scored 118 goals for United and Rooney says the Egyptian is playing like the Portuguese
Former Manchester United star Wayne Rooney has stated that Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has started doing what Cristiano Ronaldo did when he was at the Old Trafford club.
Rooney claims opponents in the Premier League are now terrified when the Egyptian is now on the counter for the Reds.
The Egyptian has become the first Liverpool player to score 20 goals in three consecutive seasons and the Red player is now one of the best players in the world.
Salah also holds the record of the most goals in their first 100 Liverpool appearances.
“Mo Salah is starting to do what Ronaldo did for Manchester United, in terms of just being there and not really getting back to defend but always being a threat so that if you're a defender or midfielder playing against him
“You're terrified of him on the counter-attack.”
Recall that Ronaldo scored 118 goals for Manchester united in 300 appearances helping the Red Devils to winning three Premier League titles and a Champions League honour.
Meanwhile, Liverpool star Dejan Lovren has expressed surprise when he heard that his teammate at Anfield Mohamed Salah paid for people's gas at petrol station he visited recently.
Mohamed Salah has been receiving praises from fans for what he did when he bought gas for all the people he met at a filling station he recently visited in England.
People might have been praising the Egypt international, but his teammate Dejan Lovren called him out asking him to pay for his coffee.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has emerged as the highest-paid footballer in the world according to the latest rankings released by Forbes.
The 35-year-old earned a staggering sum of $105 million dollars between the period June 1, 2019, to June 1, 2020.
Though the outbreak of deadly coronavirus forced the Portuguese star to take a pay cut at his Serie A club, he is however unshaken in his annual earnings.
Current world's most expensive player Nemar Jr closely following the multiple Ballon d'Or winners with a total of $95 million in the last one year.
The Brazilian has been heavily linked with a return to Camp Nou - a move that might materialise eventually this summer if the Catalans persist.
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