Salah apologized to Watford goalkeeper for the four goals he scored [VIDEO]

Mohamed Salah has also shown the soft side of his personality apologizing to Watford goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis for the four goals he scored in Saturday's Anfield match.

Liverpool scored 5-0 in front of their fans, while Egyptian was the star of the match - scoring four goals and donating assist for Roberto Firminon's goal.

In this way, he has increased the gap with Harry Kane as the top scorer in the Premier League (with 28 goals scored so far in the English championship).

However, the 25-year-old did not forget to comfort the opposing goalkeeper, who even apologized for scoring all those goals.


"I'm sorry" were the words of Salah while welcoming Karnezisin, who scored the goals during his time as a player Rome (Greek while playing the Udinese).

Salah has scored 36 goals in all races this season, breaking Fernando Torres's record as Liverpool's top scorer in the debut season.

Liverpool is third in the table looking for a position he sends to the Champions League next season.

Also, this edition plays in the quarterfinals of the largest European club competition, where the opponent has rival from the English championship, Manchester City.

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