Salah is now the best player on the planet, fulfilling his dream at Old Trafford

Salah's hat-trick against Manchester United cemented his status as the world's best player. Let’s see why he is considered so!

Salah's brief background

Mohamed Salah Hamed Mahrous Ghaly (born 15 June 1992) is an Egyptian footballer who captains the Egypt national team and plays as a forward for Premier League club Liverpool. He is excellent at finishing, dribbling, and speed.


Great performance: Hat-trick against the "Red Devils"

In terms of physical condition, tactical maturity, and technical awareness, the former Roma player is at the peak of his career at the age of 29. With five goals in three games in the Champions League, including the decisive double against Atletico Madrid, the Reds were virtually guaranteed a place in the round of 16.

Except for the home game against Burnley in August, he scored fifteen goals in twelve games between the championship and the Champions League, making him the absolute protagonist at Old Trafford, Cristiano Ronaldo's home.

Mohamed Salah has most likely achieved his childhood dream of becoming the world's strongest footballer in the Theater of Dreams. One of the most sensational and thunderous victories in Liverpool history, a legendary hat-trick, an absolute number one performance in the humiliating 5-0 defeat of Manchester United. No one in the world today compares to him; no one is more determined and decisive than Egypt's champion.

A potential candidate for prestigious awards 

Salah can now justifiably aspire for the most prestigious personal title, the Ballon d'Or, which he has never really touched on in recent years, after signing the Reds' sixth Champions League and bringing Liverpool back to the top of England after a 30-year drought.

Invincible in the Premier League, where he advanced arrogantly his candidacy for the title of top scorer of the championship, a prize already won in his first two years with the Reds, but above all, he brought Liverpool reacquainted with the top, after a year spent in purgatory due to the many injuries that held Klopp's side down last season, while Mo became the best African player with his hat-trick against Manchester United.

Wrap up

If we had to pick the best player in the world, it would be difficult not to choose Klopp: no one is better than Mo Salah right now.

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