Former Liverpool midfielder criticises Salah for display against Burnley

Former Liverpool midfielder criticises Salah for display against Burnley
Former Liverpool midfielder criticises Salah for display against Burnley

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Former Liverpool midfielder Don Hutchison has criticised the Reds star Mohamed Salah following the defeat to Burnley on Thursday night, stating that the Egypt star disappeared for Jurgen Klopp’s side for some time.

Liverpool suffered their first defeat in 2021 after their 1-0 upset against Burnley at home to drop further points in the race to defend the Premier League title.

The Egypt star did not start his team’s game against Burnley and failed to make an impact after coming as a substitute in the second half.

“Liverpool been carrying Mo Salah for months. Time for him to step up,” Hutchison wrote on Twitter.

The 28-year-old’s form this season has been quite inconsistent this season, even though he already has 17 goals to his name.

The Reds have been struggling since the beginning of the year, having been without a win in their last five games. They now trail behind the league leaders Manchester United with six points difference.

Salah was unable to score in his last five league appearances and will hope to return to scoring ways in the FA Cup clash against Manchester United.

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