Luis Garcia: Salah looks after his team mates
The Egypt international made headlines after his impressive performance on Saturday, which saw him score four goals and assist one in their 5-0 victory over Watford.
The 39-year-old Spaniard has mentioned how Salah still always put his teammates first, even if he has been the one on the end of the chances more often than not.
“He’s a very kind guy, who tries to look after his team-mates,” said Garcia. “You can see his team-mates always celebrate the goals with him, they’re very close to him.”
“And it showed during the performance today, trying to give assists to the other players. That is not greedy. He’s not selfish at all, he wants the team to perform and to score goals,” he added.
Garcia was Liverpool’s first choice right winger the last time the club won the Champions League in 2004-05, and famously scored winning goals in both the quarter and semi finals that year. Salah will be hoping to emulate those achievements in Liverpool’s Champions League tie against Manchester City which takes place in the early part of April.
Liverpool’s next game is away at Crystal Palace after the international break on the 31st of March at 2:30PM Cairo time.
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