Ian Wright shares his frightful feeling about Liverpool's Mohamed Salah
- Author: Tracy Klein Mar 20, 2018,
Mar 20, 2018, 4:24
His hard-working nature and relentless spirit have quickly made him a fans' hero and Robertson's name is being chanted at Anfield with growing passion each passing week in the Premier League.
Salah, 25, was untouchable, dancing around the Hornets defence and leaving Miguel Britos planted on the floor before firing low into the bottom corner for Liverpool's first.
"To get to 40 goals would be an astonishing achievement, simply because of where he plays. People need to take this issue more seriously and engage in this fight against racism".
Henderson believes that Salah's strike rate this season has given Liverpool's other players the assurance of knowing there will usually be an end product to all their hard work, as much as they had when Suarez was leading the line.
Liverpool will take on the runaway Premier League leaders in the quarter-finals over two legs next week. They are both incredible players - they were both unstoppable, yes.
Which superstar player scores absurd goals with his left foot, dominates the scoring charts, routinely leaves defenders on their backsides and is worth his weight in gold to his team?
Just imagine if you could have scored a handful of those big chances he's missed this season.
The next three players are tied on 24 goals but the Italy global has reached the mark in fewer appearances, 26, than Cavani or Kane.
With the emergence of another top striker to keep the media occupied, Harry, who lacks nothing in terms of maturity and common sense, could actually find this a helpful thing by maintaining his focus on the team goal rather than individual goals. They have a high pressing level, higher level than Barcelona.