Wijnaldum praises Salah’s personality

Wijnaldum praises Salah’s personality
Wijnaldum praises Salah’s personality

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Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum said that Mohamed Salah is constantly trying to please everyone.

Wijnaldum and Salah recently guided Liverpool to their first ever Club World Cup title. With the Egyptian winning the player of the tournament.

The Dutch international talked about his teammates personality, saying that he’s very selfless.

“Salah is an amazing person, he’s always very cautious around in order not to hurt them and is always trying to please everyone,” said Wijnaldum.

READ: Wijnaldum chooses Salah as a component of his ‘perfect Premier League player’

“In a game I was very angry at him because he didn’t pass me the ball when I was in a good position. You can’t tell when I’m angry as I’m always smiling, but when I don’t there has to be a reason.

“After the game he asked me why I was angry. And after I told him the reason, we went to Melwood and he sent me a message apologising saying that he didn’t see me. And after the game I checked a video of the play and he couldn’t see me,” he concluded.

After having lifted the Club World Cup trophy, Salah will hope to help the Reds in their quest for the Premier League title. They remain unbeaten in the league and will face second-placed Leicester on Thursday December 26th.

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