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‘Oh my word!’ – Mo Salah produces wonder goal to score in EIGHT consecutive games

Mo Salah produces wonder goal to score in EIGHT consecutive games for Liverpool as he faced Watford in Saturday’s lunchtime kick off.

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side run riot at Watford’s Vicarage Road in what was Claudio Ranieri’s first Premier League game in charge after being appointed during the international break.

Sadio Mane, a Roberto Firmino double and one superb Mo Salah strike put the Reds 4-0 up by the 54th minute to really tear the Hornets apart, before Firmino sealed his hat-trick in the 90th minute.

Mohamed Salah set a record personal scoring streaks for Liverpool when finding the net in Saturday’s Premier League clash with Watford.

The No.11, made his 200th start for the club in all competitions, and struck in each of the last five league matches and his past seven games overall for the Reds.

Never before had he scored in six or eight in a row respectively.

Glenn Murray (Former Brighton striker on BBC Radio 5Live) said: “Unbelievable from Salah, he twisted and turned. Watford players were in a heap and he just strokes it in the net with that left foot as we’ve seen so many times.”

Twitter users reacted as Mo Salah produces a wonder goal to score in EIGHT consecutive games…

@birchall81: Absolute p*ss poor defending…

@_James_08: He did the same thing against the best defence in the league last game I thinks hes making them look piss poor

@RickyHeath91: Credit where its due fuck me thats unreal

@robbieswain14: Why are people saying it’s better than his goal v Man City? Surely the opposition has to be taken into account

@umar_0196: Take him away Madrid please. Regards, 19 Premier League teams.

@domchidlow: Mate what a fucking player. Incredible. Two goal of the season contenders in consecutive games

@LordCKS: Nah fuck off, that’s ridiculous. Unreal 🤯

@louisebegley: Making these type of goals his signature now! We’ve been blessed with so many special players over the years, Mo Salah is right there with them! Lap it up and enjoy his brilliance!

@LeoFTW: Every week that goes by without a contract agreement we have to whack another £10k a week on for fuckery like this. He has 6-8 years of this left in him.

@stevegroves2004: Definitely the best goal Salah has scored in the last 13 days. His assist to Mane was sensational aswell. On fire

@mahremusic: Looking forward to Mo Salah finishing 1st, 2nd and 3rd in October’s Goal of the Month competition, ala Dennis Bergkamp.

@LiamWC_97: I swear Salah isn’t even from Earth at this point. My GOAT

@JoeConnolly11: Could be the best player I’ve ever seen in a Liverpool shirt

@Gizzle81: FUCK ME

@MxGill_: Literally… there are no words anymore. Hes that fucking good!

@dalehood98: This man is on another level. Comfortably the best player in the world right now

@CJRadcliffe96: Just pinch yourself unbelievable! It’s just stunning.

@MarkLFC85: Best player in world football at the moment, no doubt

@Scott_TheReds: OnE SeAsOn WoNdEr

@semmutalindwa: Salah goals actually bring tears to my eyes he’s absolutely unbelievable

@eddafc: Unbelievable what a player he is best player about at the minute 👏

@ZakHibbert: oh my word.. hes sensational atm

@Obayd8: It’s like watching Messi

@HawkieHawkins96: Give him that contract @LFC 😍

@DennyFord5: Best in the world right now..

@NikPAFC: That was disgusting! 👀

Which is better, Salah’s goal vs Watford or the solo effort against Man City? See the latter in the video below…

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah, speaking to BT Sport: “I think we didn’t want to start like the City game so we talked in dressing room about starting the game well and that’s what we did.

“All the goals were very important but Bobby (Firmino) did a great job scoring a hat-trick so congratulations to him and Sadio (Mane) also scored a nice goal.”

On his goal and where it ranks among his greatest strikes:“I didn’t watch back it yet. Last game (against Man City) maybe (was better). I don’t know which one was better.

“I was in the box trying to find someone or score myself. It is all about the team. that is the most important thing.”

On whether he is in the best form of his career:“I don’t know. Sometimes I don’t have the luck to score goals but I am always trying 100% to help the team. I am confident at the moment, helping the team win points which is the most important thing.”

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to BT Sport: “It was good! I cannot say differently. After international break it is hard to find the rhythm after playing different systems, but the boys were so good despite only having one session before today. I think Watford had ideas, but we didn’t let them play. The goals were really brilliant, there was great attitude, energy and character.

On Mohamed Salah: “His performance was massive today. The pass for the first goal was great and the second goal was special. He is top. We all see it. Who is better than him? We don’t have to talk about what Messi and Ronaldo have done for world football and their dominance. But right now, he is the best.”

Prior to the game, Liverpool have won 12 of the last 15 meetings home and away in all competitions, and 15 of the last 19.

The two sides have yet to play out a goalless draw in league football, having met on 26 previous occasions in the top flight.

The Reds are aiming to record their 800th away league win in history.

Salah is the only Liverpool player ever to have scored a hat-trick against Watford, hitting four goals during a 5-0 victory at Anfield in March 2018.

The Egyptian could become only the fourth man in Reds history to score in each of the club’s opening four away games of a league season. He would emulate Sam Raybould (the first five of 1902-03), John Aldridge (1987-88) and Daniel Sturridge (2013-14).

Sadio Mane’s next Premier League goal will be the 100th of his career.

Roberto Firmino could make his 250th start for the Reds in all competitions.

Jürgen Klopp’s side are on the longest run without a league defeat – 17 matches (12 wins, five draws) – in England’s top four divisions.

Saturday’s clash is the first time Liverpool have faced a team whose manager is taking charge of them for the first time since December 2019 – when Nigel Pearson was in the Watford dugout.

In 14 previous games against the Reds as a manager – with Valencia, Chelsea and Leicester City – Ranieri has won five, lost six and drawn three.

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