Luca Caioli,Cyril Collot


Mohamed Salah needed little time to settle in to life at Liverpool.

Since signing for the Anfield club in 2017 for a then-club record fee, he has broken the club’s scoring record for a debut season, as well as becoming the leading goalscorer in Europe’s top five leagues, overtaking Lionel Messi and Harry Kane.

He was the first player to ever win three Premier League Player of the Month awards in the same season and was the winner of the PFA Player’s Player of the Year for 2017–18, scoring 32 goals in 36 league games.

In this biography of the Egypt and Liverpool star, bestselling authors Luca Caioli and Cyril Collot examine his rise to success. Up to date with Russia World Cup 2018 analysis and featuring exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes details.
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  • hmz1453has quoted2 years ago
    He even seemed galvanised by so much hostility and scored his team’s second goal against Maccabi with his right foot. ‘He showed he was mentally tough by turning the pressure into something positive,’ says his former manager Murat Yakin.
    The match was a springboard to his future achievements in the Champions League.
  • hmz1453has quoted2 years ago
    Egypt were into the tournament’s semi-finals and had clinched their ticket to South America! Everyone was celebrating except Salah. ‘After the game he went into his room, closed the door and started crying,’ Diaa el-Sayed would remember some time later. ‘He didn’t even want to come to dinner. I asked him why. He said he had missed too many scoring chances. It was true. In the second half, he must have missed at least fifteen. We won anyway, but the boy couldn’t rest so the next day we went to the training ground. It was me, him and the ball.
  • hmz1453has quoted2 years ago
    He is a boy who focuses on what he’s doing, comes to training on time and works hard to improve his weaknesses

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