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Salah humility led him to become on of the world's best - Adrian

Wed 27 October 2021 | 9:59

With his exceptional performance this season, the Egyptian star has once again established his name among the top players in the world.

Liverpool

goalkeeper Adrian praised Mohamed Salah, claiming his morals and humility has allowed the Liverpool forward to become one of the best players in the world.

Salah has performed exceptionally well this season, scoring 15 goals in all competitions. He has scored in his last 10 games for his team, including a hat-trick against Manchester United at Old Trafford. Now Adrian praised his team's Egyptian striker and said that his ethics contributed to his progress.

He told

Goal.com

 “I don’t know Cristiano [Ronaldo] or [Lionel] Messi, and how they work daily, but I know Mo! 

“He is a proper hard worker. He never has a day off. He is always training or recovering. Even a few hours after a game, he is doing something to recover and trying to be ready for the next game.

“He trains unbelievably. It is not luck that he is in such a great moment right now. To be one of the best players in the world and showing that level in every game, scoring, passing, pace, dribbling. He’s doing amazing.

“He deserves it. We are really happy for him, but also he needs the team behind him and he understands that. He is one of the most humble people in the dressing room, he works like hell! 

“It’s a good feeling for everyone to have someone like Mo, who is in such a great moment, but we are 11 players or 25 players. We are a squad and everyone has to push everyone else, every day. 

“But yeah, Mo, for me, is for sure one of the best in the world.”

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