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Mohamed Salah is NOT a world-class player despite being world-class goalscorer, says ex-Liverpool star

Mohamed Salah has been told that he is NOT a world-class player, although he is a world-class goalscorer.

That’s the verdict of former Liverpool star Paul Ince, who played for the Reds from 1995 to 1997.


Salah has been called a world-class goalscorer, but not a world-class playerCredit: AFP

talkSPORT’s Andy Goldstein asked Ince if Salah was world class, to which the Manchester United legend replied: “Is he a world class goalscorer? Yes.

“I think his record speaks for itself. Is he a world-class player, technically? I wouldn’t say so.

“I think sometimes when he cuts off his left foot and puts balls into the box, it’s not great.

“But as far as a world-class player scoring goals and making things happen, I think so.”

Salah signed for Liverpool in the summer of 2017 after joining from AS Roma, where he shocked the Premier League with a phenomenal debut season.

In 36 Premier League matches, he scored 32 times and scored 209 in total in 340 matches, placing him third among Liverpool’s all-time top scorers.

That’s more than many Liverpool legends, including Steven Gerrard, Robbie Fowler and Kenny Dalglish.

Salah scored a late penalty against United at Old Trafford in his last outing on Sunday, a thrilling 2-2 draw, securing an incredible record in the process.

Salah scored a late penalty against United on Sunday


Salah scored a late penalty against United on SundayCredit: Getty
Ince played for Liverpool from 1995 to 1997


Ince played for Liverpool from 1995 to 1997

Liverpool are locked in a tense title race with Arsenal and Manchester City and are second on goal difference after their draw at Old Trafford.

However, Salah has returned to full fitness and could be crucial in Jurgen Klopp’s bid to leave Anfield with a league title in his pocket.

Saudi Pro League expert Ben Jacobs reveals Liverpool are bracing for Saudi Arabia’s bid for Mo Salah and other notable signings include Manchester United and Manchester City stars.

The German coach will leave the club after nine years in charge of which he won the Premier League, the Champions League, the FA Cup and two Carabao Cups.


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