fter his remarkable performance in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final match, Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah once again made an impression by scoring two sumptuous goals against AS Roma. The Liverpool Reds managed to take a good lead at the end of this meeting (5-2)
The Egyptian’s good performance prompted Israeli Interior Minister Avigdor Lieberman to make a very funny proposal to Mohamed Salah. Following this great performance of the Egyptian, Israeli Interior Minister Avigdor Lieberman ironically expressed the wish to bring the player back into the army: “I will be calling the chief of staff immediately to tell him to hire Mohamed Salah to the Israeli army,” Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman wrote on Twitter after Salah inspired Liverpool to a 5-2 victory over Roma.
It must be said that this option proposed by the Israeli minister is very unlikely because the Egyptian international is a professional footballer who visibly does not intend to change jobs at the moment.
Minister Avigdor Lieberman might have said so to amuse the gallery, especially when it is known that diplomatic relations between Egypt and Israel have not been peaceful for some time.
We remember that in 2013, the period during which Mohamed Salah was playing in Basel, he refused to shake hands with Israeli players on the pretext that he changed shoes. The match featured Israeli players from Maccabi Tel Aviv in Basel. It was a preliminary match of the Champions League. Mohamed Salah then explained that he was not interested in politics.
Remember that the 25-year-old Egyptian striker has been dazzling since his arrival in Liverpool last summer, against 42 million euros paid to … AS Roma. “It is amazing in its volume of play, in the intelligence of its movements and in the quality of its finish,” says Damien Comolli, former sports director of the Reds and consultant for SFR Sport.