Don’t miss this boy’s reaction to Salah’s super hat-trick
The Egyptian forward Salah has already established himself as a fan favorite since joining from Roma in the summer and it did not take long for him to earn himself his own chant from supporters.
One of the fans recorded a video of his little son singing Salah’s chant, who became very excited by Salah’s four goals against Watford. He posted the video on his account on Twitter before going viral.
In the tweet, Joe McDonald said that his son sings the song all day both at home and at school, and told his teachers to call him Mo Salah, not answering to his mum or dad unless they call him that.
@22mosalah Little best mate was made up with his 4 goals 👑🇪🇬 won't stop singing his song, told his Nursery teachers Mo Salah his is new name & won't answer to me or his mum unless we call him Mo Salah 😂🔴 #Egyptianking #lfc pic.twitter.com/VOV3D4WLc2— Joe McDonald (@Joe_Mc_20) March 18, 2018
No words can describe Salah’s performance with Liverpool this season as he topped the Premier League’s Golden Boot standing this season with 28 goals.
Salah scored his 101st goal in Europe since he joined FC Basel of Switzerland in 2012 from Al-Mokawlon in Egypt.
He has also become the first Egyptian to score a super hat-trick in the Premier League and the first Liverpool player to score a hat-trick under Jurgen Klopp.
Salah is one goal away from Didier Drogba’s record of 29 goals in a single season when he became the highest scoring African player in the English Premier League.
Here are some reactions from players, fans and celebrities to Mohamed Salah’s first super hat-trick in his career.
Simon Mignolet, Liverpool’s goalkeeper:
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Salah is an elite chance-getter who comes alive in and around the penalty area, devastatingly efficient and does his best work in short, sharp burst - like Ronaldo— Ryan Baldi (@RyanBaldiFW) March 18, 2018
‘Footy Jokes’ account on Twtter showed Salah’s apologies to Watford’s goalkeeper after the match:
Amr Nsoo7y, a famous Egyptian football blogger and vlogger and a football analyst on YouTube, celebrates Salah’s fourth goal with his friends.
One of the funniest videos made mocking Salah’s pace in games.