Mo Salah left Man Utd defender Lisandro Martinez completely helpless last night as the Reds ran riot past Man Utd 7-0, and a lot of fans has mocked the Argentine for that. However, I think that he shouldn't be mocked.
The reason why I think that Lisandro Martinez shouldn't be mocked for falling Victim to Salah's Dribbles last night is due to the fact that; he (Martinez) must have missed his steps when Salah came at him.
If you watched that scenario carefully, you would notice that Lisandro Martinez was off balance when Salah came to him and he clearly wasn't expecting the Egyptian to get past him that easily.
That scenario brought the 3rd goal of the game scored by Liverpool forward Cody Gakpo, but I don't think that Lisandro Martinez should be mocked for that anymore.
What are your thoughts on this? Kindly leave your comments in the comment section below.
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