After he broke his historical record, the Liverpool legend sends a message to Salah After he broke his historical record, the Liverpool legend sends a message to Salah

After he broke his historical record, the Liverpool legend sends a message to Salah

After he broke his historical record, the Liverpool legend sends a message to Salah  Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler congratulated Egyptian international striker Mohamed Salah on breaking his historic record with the Reds.  Salah scored two goals during Liverpool's victory at the expense of rivals Manchester United with seven goals without a response yesterday, Sunday, in the 26th round of the English Premier League, and the Egyptian star thus reached his 129th goal in the "Reds" shirt, to be on the throne of the list of historical scorers for the Liverpool team in the "Premier League", smashing Fowler's number, who scored 128 goals.   Fowler published, on his Twitter account, a picture of him from the stands of Anfield, the stronghold of Liverpool FC, during his celebration of the goal with which Salah broke his record, and wrote: "A big congratulations to Salah... Salah is the legend of Liverpool."  Salah also strengthened, in yesterday's match, his record as the best scorer for Liverpool in its confrontations with Manchester United, with 12 goals.  Salah also became the second player to score in five consecutive Premier League matches against Manchester United, after Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, and the first Liverpool player to score in six consecutive matches in all competitions against the "Red Devils".     Salah exposes the world champion with Argentina to widespread ridicule  The Egyptian Mohamed Salah won wide praise after he led Liverpool to suffer the worst defeat in its history during the English Premier League era, during the two teams' confrontation yesterday, Sunday.  Liverpool made a stunning offensive display to inflict a historic defeat on Manchester United with a wide score of seven unanswered goals, including a brace for Salah.  In the third goal, Salah manipulated Manchester United defender and the Argentine national team, Lisandro Martinez, until he knocked him down before passing the ball to the goal scorer, Cody Jacobo.  Martinez, who was crowned last December in the World Cup in Qatar with his country, was subjected to widespread ridicule on social networking sites after he was subjected to that "insulting" dribble from Salah.  And one of the pioneers published a video of the dribbling and attached it to a comment: “Mohamed Salah owned Lesandro Martinez.”  Another tweeter interacted with the evasiveness and published a picture of Martinez as he fell to the ground and wrote on it: "Rest in peace, Martinez."  A third tweet said: "Mohamed Salah made Lisandro Martins look for him elsewhere."  Another tweet wrote sarcastically, "Martins is going to attack with Salah."  Source: RT     What did the Manchester United coach do to his players after losing to Liverpool?  Manchester United coach, Dutchman Eric Ten Hag, acted strangely, after his team lost humiliatingly to Liverpool 0-7 yesterday, Sunday, in the 26th round of the English Premier League.  And according to what was reported by the newspaper, "Mirror", Ten Hag forced the Manchester United players, after the match, to sit silently in the changing room, and listen to the Liverpool players as they celebrated noisily after the historic seven.  And the newspaper added that Ten Hag asked his players to look closely at Liverpool's celebrations in order to motivate them not to allow this to happen again.  A Manchester United source told the newspaper: "Ten Hag was clearly feeling angry... Ten Hag had warned all the players that if anything like that happened again, there would be no chance for them with the first team and they would be taken to an under club. 21 years old.  For its part, the newspaper "The Sun" reported that Ten Hag dealt angrily with his players after the match, adding that the Dutch coach was more angry than any previous moment, since his arrival to the team last summer. Source: agencies     100-minute matches Radical amendments to football laws for the benefit of the public!  The 100-minute matches that were usual for the 2022 World Cup are set to become routine in club matches, according to a meeting of the governing body responsible for setting the rules in the International Federation of the game.  The annual meeting of the International Football Association Board (IFAB), which was held in London on Sunday, stressed the need to accurately calculate the time added to compensate for stoppages due to injuries, substitutes, deliberate time wasting and goal celebrations.  In the context, FIFA President Gianni Infantino said: "We want to fight wasting time, we want the fans to enjoy the match."  "We will be watching leagues around the world to ensure the appropriate cut-off time is played... I don't think there is any coercive action that can be taken," he added.  IFAP members agreed that they did not want to stifle goal celebrations.  The IFAB includes the four British football associations and FIFA delegates, and it is the body that sets the laws of the football game.  And in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, almost every half has added five minutes as substitute time for lost routinely, as the referees followed the instructions of “FIFA” to calculate the time added accurately to compensate for the stoppage, which made most matches last for a hundred minutes or more instead of ninety minutes.  Source: AB

Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler congratulated Egyptian international striker Mohamed Salah on breaking his historic record with the Reds.

Salah scored two goals during Liverpool's victory at the expense of rivals Manchester United with seven goals without a response yesterday, Sunday, in the 26th round of the English Premier League, and the Egyptian star thus reached his 129th goal in the "Reds" shirt, to be on the throne of the list of historical scorers for the Liverpool team in the "Premier League", smashing Fowler's number, who scored 128 goals.

Fowler published, on his Twitter account, a picture of him from the stands of Anfield, the stronghold of Liverpool FC, during his celebration of the goal with which Salah broke his record, and wrote: "A big congratulations to Salah... Salah is the legend of Liverpool."

Salah also strengthened, in yesterday's match, his record as the best scorer for Liverpool in its confrontations with Manchester United, with 12 goals.

Salah also became the second player to score in five consecutive Premier League matches against Manchester United, after Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, and the first Liverpool player to score in six consecutive matches in all competitions against the "Red Devils".

Salah exposes the world champion with Argentina to widespread ridicule

The Egyptian Mohamed Salah won wide praise after he led Liverpool to suffer the worst defeat in its history during the English Premier League era, during the two teams' confrontation yesterday, Sunday.

Liverpool made a stunning offensive display to inflict a historic defeat on Manchester United with a wide score of seven unanswered goals, including a brace for Salah.

In the third goal, Salah manipulated Manchester United defender and the Argentine national team, Lisandro Martinez, until he knocked him down before passing the ball to the goal scorer, Cody Jacobo.

Martinez, who was crowned last December in the World Cup in Qatar with his country, was subjected to widespread ridicule on social networking sites after he was subjected to that "insulting" dribble from Salah.

And one of the pioneers published a video of the dribbling and attached it to a comment:
“Mohamed Salah owned Lesandro Martinez.”

Another tweeter interacted with the evasiveness and published a picture of Martinez as he fell to the ground and wrote on it: "Rest in peace, Martinez."

A third tweet said: "Mohamed Salah made Lisandro Martins look for him elsewhere."

Another tweet wrote sarcastically, "Martins is going to attack with Salah."  Source: RT

What did the Manchester United coach do to his players after losing to Liverpool?

Manchester United coach, Dutchman Eric Ten Hag, acted strangely, after his team lost humiliatingly to Liverpool 0-7 yesterday, Sunday, in the 26th round of the English Premier League.

And according to what was reported by the newspaper, "Mirror", Ten Hag forced the Manchester United players, after the match, to sit silently in the changing room, and listen to the Liverpool players as they celebrated noisily after the historic seven.

And the newspaper added that Ten Hag asked his players to look closely at Liverpool's celebrations in order to motivate them not to allow this to happen again.

A Manchester United source told the newspaper: "Ten Hag was clearly feeling angry... Ten Hag had warned all the players that if anything like that happened again, there would be no chance for them with the first team and they would be taken to an under club. 21 years old.

For its part, the newspaper "The Sun" reported that Ten Hag dealt angrily with his players after the match, adding that the Dutch coach was more angry than any previous moment, since his arrival to the team last summer. Source: agencies

100-minute matches Radical amendments to football laws for the benefit of the public!

The 100-minute matches that were usual for the 2022 World Cup are set to become routine in club matches, according to a meeting of the governing body responsible for setting the rules in the International Federation of the game.

The annual meeting of the International Football Association Board (IFAB), which was held in London on Sunday, stressed the need to accurately calculate the time added to compensate for stoppages due to injuries, substitutes, deliberate time wasting and goal celebrations.

In the context, FIFA President Gianni Infantino said: "We want to fight wasting time, we want the fans to enjoy the match."

"We will be watching leagues around the world to ensure the appropriate cut-off time is played... I don't think there is any coercive action that can be taken," he added.

IFAP members agreed that they did not want to stifle goal celebrations.

The IFAB includes the four British football associations and FIFA delegates, and it is the body that sets the laws of the football game.

And in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, almost every half has added five minutes as substitute time for lost routinely, as the referees followed the instructions of “FIFA” to calculate the time added accurately to compensate for the stoppage, which made most matches last for a hundred minutes or more instead of ninety minutes.  Source: AB

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