Salah Injury Made Him Forgot Liverpool Player Name?

Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah forgets his team mate’s name after the incident in the Premier League match against Newcastle United at St. James’ Park, Saturday.

The match between Newcastle United and Liverpool was won by the visitors with a score of 3-2. The Reds’ goals were scored by Virgil van Dijk (13th minute), Mohamed Salah (28 ‘), and Divock Origi (86’). The two Newcastle goals are nested by Christian Atsu (20 ‘) and Salomon Rondon (54’).

Achieve three points to make Liverpool overtake Manchester City from the top of the Premier League standings 2018-1919. Juergen Klopp’s troops perched at the top with 94 points aka two points ahead of the new Man City who will take action against Leicester City at the Etihad Stadium on Monday.

Despite winning over Newcastle, Liverpool had to lose Mohamed Salah before the match was over. Salah was replaced by Divock Origi in the 73rd minute because of an injury.

Injuries suffered by Mohamed Salah due to colliding with Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka in the 68th minute. Equally chasing the hull ball, Salah’s head collided with Dubravka’s right thigh.

One of them then fell with his back head landing first on the field. This incident made Mohamed wrong and then received medical treatment.

The Egyptian national team star was finally stretched out of the field to finish the match early. After the match, the Liverpool defender who also played against Newcastle, Dejan Lovren, uploaded a photo hugging Mohamed Salah on an Instagram account.

“We show once again that we have never given up,” Dejan Lovren was quoted as saying by from the personal account of Sang Palang Pintu. “We continue to fight,” Lovren said again. Not forgetting, Dejan Lovren prayed for healing Mohamed Salah.

“Hopefully Mo Salah can recover quickly. We need you to come back soon, my friend,” Lovren said. Dejan Lovren’s upload invites questions from Liverpool fans who want to know the latest conditions from Mohamed Salah. Lovren also provides information that he knows. “He’s fine. He just can’t remember who I am,” Lovren said with emoticons joking.

“Don’t worry, he will be fine. He is a monster,” Lovren added. Before suffering a head injury, Mohamed Salah successfully scored one goal which made him firmly at the top of the Premier League standings with 22 goals. One was two goals ahead of Sadio Mane and Sergio Aguero who finished second.



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