Published: Sat, May 26, 2018
Sports | By Brooke Harris

Mohamed Salah Actually Looks Like Himself On FIFA World Cup

Mohamed Salah Actually Looks Like Himself On FIFA World Cup

"People have been comparing Ronaldo and Salah, but you can not compare the two", he told Goal.

Liverpool take on Real Madrid in the Champions League final and there's a real sense that the game will be decided by who performs better out of Salah and Cristiano Ronaldo.

The former Roma forward has had an outstanding season since he returned to England to play for The Reds, scoring 44 goals in all competitions this campaign.

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Meanwhile, his feat with the Merseyside in his debut season at the club has made him a household name for a lot of Liverpool fans.

It has been said for a while that Los Blancos are interested in the 25-year-old's signature, but when Rivaldo was asked recently who the Blaugrana should sign from the English top flight, he named Salah.

Bayern Munich star Thomas Muller said Mohamed Salah has an excellent chance of winning the Ballon d'Or this year if Liverpool beat Real Madrid to the UEFA Champions League title. People want to compare me with other players but I'm different from everyone.

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Not since 2007 has anyone beaten Lionel Messi or Ronaldo to the award but if anyone is capable of doing that it's the Egypt global.

Milner has faced Messi on numerous occasions and claims the one thing he and Salah have in common is the way they always find a way out of tricky situations.

That night, Salah's speed was too much for Marcelo and Ramos, despite their good reading of the game as they were caught out by long balls to the wide man down the right flank.

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Zidane: "I'm not anxious about who he played in attack. I think they will get out of the group ahead of Russian Federation but there are bigger and better nations who will progress the further the competition goes", feels Fowler. "But I have to say he has had a fantastic season, but Saturday, let's see".

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