'We've beaten them' - Salah and Liverpool have no fear of City

'We've beaten them' - Salah and Liverpool have no fear of City

"The goals he brings are invaluable and he is just so good to play with". As it always is in life, if you have to have the skills you have to show that constantly and consistently, and he is very good.

Watford manager Javi Gracia: "We know we were playing against one of the best teams in Europe at this moment and they were much better than us".

Salah, who became the second player to score four in a Premier League game this season after Manchester City's Sergio Aguero did it against Leicester on February 10, brought his league goal tally up to 28 to move four clear of Tottenham's Harry Kane in the race for the Golden Boot.

Mohamed Salah was in fine form on Saturday, March 17, as he scored four goals against Watford which helped Liverpool record a 5-0 win.

Mo Salah continued to thrive as he scored his first ever hat-trick in Liverpool colours and then scored another.

"I like the Premier League I lot".

The former Chelsea player, who arrived at Anfield from Roma a year ago, is just three away from Suarez's total of 31 league goals in a single season.

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Earlier in the day, after being put into bat by Rohit, Sabbir Rahman's 77 off 50 balls took Bangladesh to a respectable total. Manish Pandey and Vijay Shankar failed to find that big over which would settle the game, allowing Bangladesh to fight back.

Salah embraced the Watford goalkeeper before apologising to him.

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.

43 mins: Salah taps in a cross from the left from Robertson on the stroke of half-time.

Salah has never before scored a super hat-trick, neither with the Egyptian national team nor overseas.

The Egyptian striker has been excellent since he joined the Reds scoring 36 goals this term in England.

"[Klopp] changed something in me", Salah told ESPN.

Deldude: Phenomenal. That is how to describe Mo Salah. I still weep every time I see that red shirt on him, it should be blue. The guy is absolutely lit.

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