Former Liverpool star claims Salah becoming more selfish

Former Liverpool star claims Salah becoming more selfish
Former Liverpool star claims Salah becoming more selfish

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Former Liverpool striker Michael Owen has believed that the Reds hitman Mohamed Salah is becoming more selfish as of late which is starting to affect his performance with Jurgen Klopp’s men.

Despite undeniably being one of Liverpool’s most crucial players, Salah’s form this season has been quite inconsistent this season, even though he already has 17 goals to his name.

As usual, he has had his memorable moments such as a hat-trick against Leeds on the opening match-day and braces against Aston Villa and Crystal Palace.

However, he has been unable to score in his last four league appearances, including the big clash against Manchester United on Sunday.

“There is a lot of selfishness creeping in, I’ve seen that again. Mo Salah is not passing enough of the ball again,” Owen told Premier League Productions.

“He’s never passed it much, but there are extremes. The last sort of few games I’m thinking ‘come on’.”

Liverpool currently hold the fourth place in the Premier League table, three points behind Manchester United who are the league leaders at the moment.

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