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Samuel Eto’o Compares Mohammed Salah To Lionel Messi And Ronaldo

Fan Mohamed Salah, the legend of African football Samuel Eto’o believes that the Egyptian star is the African footballer at the height of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Since his arrival in Liverpool, Mohamed Salah continues to seduce football fans. He has already scored 21 goals in 25 games this season in the Premier League. No wonder Eto’o holds him in very high esteem.

“Mohamed Salah is probably one of the best players in the world who’s as good as Messi and Ronaldo. His performances in Liverpool are excellent and for me, I’m always happy to see African players at the highest level. ” “He deserves his rewards and I hope he will win more,” said Eto’o, quoted by UK Sun.


Football: Samuel Eto'o nominates African footballer to Messi and Ronaldo

The 25-year-old striker joined Liverpool last year from AS Roma for 42 million euros.

Best African player of the year 2017, Mohamed Salah has helped Egypt to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. With his performances, Liverpool currently occupies the fourth place in the Premier League with 51 points in 26 games.

                                    Mohamed Salah at Real Madrid?

In recent days, several rumors announce the Egyptian Real Madrid. During a long interview with Marca , the wisp did not fail to answer these noises.

“Yes, I’m La Liga, I see a few matches. I do not always watch every match, because sometimes they are at the same time as the Liverpool matches. It’s a good championship, obviously, there are big teams and the football practiced is very attractive. Playing in Spain? For the moment, I am here in England. I want to focus on my team and very well finish the season. Real Madrid? I do not have much to say about that. If I have to say something, I say I’m happy in Liverpool, “ he said.


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