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Torino manager Ventura: Salah an important player
Following Fiorentina’s 1-1 draw with Torino in Serie A, a game in which Salah scored the Viola’s only goal after coming off the bench, Torino’s coach had nothing but praise for the young Egyptian.
Ventura told Sky Sports Italia: “The match is over and we deservedly drew.
“We conceded an early penalty and Padelli did very well to stop it,” he added.
Ventura then went on to compliment the Florence-based side on signing Salah, saying: “Salah scored an important goal, I must give credit to Fiorentina for buying such an important player. He had me worried!”
Fiorentina will be hosting Tottenham next Thursday for the return leg of their Europa League match up, having drawn 1-1 at White Hart Lane in the first game of the tie.