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Former Liverpool player Don Hutchison has criticized Mohamed Salah, saying his link-up play hasn’t been good lately.
Salah has had an outstanding season with Liverpool so far this season, scoring 15 goals and eight assists in all competitions.
The 27-year-old has already won two trophies since the start of the season, including a UEFA Super Cup title and a FIFA Club World Cup title.
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Speaking about Salah, former Reds player Don Hutchison said the Egyptian is a good player but he does a few things that frustrate him.
“He does [drive me crazy] you know,” Hutchison told ESPN. “It’s because Mo Salah is so good.
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“His link-up play hasn’t been as good and it’s the little things that drive you crazy.
“When he gets the ball, he has a five or 10-yard pass and he doesn’t complete the pass and you’re thinking this should just be routine. But then he goes and scores the goal and he just looks brilliant,” he added.
Liverpool are currently top of the Premier League table with 64 points as they remain undefeated after 22 games played.
The European champions travel to the Molineux Stadium on Thursday to face seventh-placed Wolverhampton Wanderers as they look to extend their unbeaten run.
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