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WAT 0-5 LIV: Salah Two Goals That Should Be Nominated For Goal Of The Season

The English Premier League matchday eight opener between Watford and Liverpool has ended with the Reds thrashing Watford 5-nil. Liverpool traveled to Vicarage stadium with no respect for the struggling Watford. The Reds beat them 5-nil in front of their fans and new manager, Claudio Ranieri. Goals from Sadio Mane, Firminho, and Mohammed Salah amazing goal set Claudio Ranieri in a nightmare start at Vicarage Stadium.


(Credit: Liverpool FC)

Mohammed Salah is arguably the most in-form player in the current English Premier League season. He is not just scoring goals but also scoring sensational goals. Salah is magic. During today's match vs Watford, Mohammed Salah provided an assist for Sadio Mane's opener. He also scored an outstanding fourth goal which left many in awe. 

Mohammed Salah dribbled past three defenders in the box before turning Cathcart and send a curling effort into the far corner. 


Today's goal is similar to his last game week goal vs Manchester City before the October international break. Recall that Mohammed Salah left Manchester City defenders dead after dribbling past them into the box before sending the ball into the far corner. 

(Credit: ESPN)

These goals are extraordinary. It takes a sensational player to score these types of goals. These goals are mostly scored by world-class players. The two goals reflects moments of individual brilliance. 

The two goals deserve to be nominated for goals of the season. Barely have we seen any other goal better than these in the current English Premier League season. Salah is arguably the most in-form player in the English Premier League. These goals deserve to be nominated for goal of the season and perhaps Puskas. 



What are your thoughts on these two goals? Share them from the comments section. 

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