Liverpool FC information: Jordan Henderson reveals what he wrote on Mohamed Salah’s hat-trick ball following demolition at Watford


Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson summed up the spotlight of Mohamed Salah’s outstanding debut season up to now with a easy message on the Egypt worldwide’s hat-trick match ball.

Whereas followers, and his team-mates it appears, proceed to be dazzled by Salah’s brilliance for Liverpool this season, others preserve linking him with a transfer away from Anfield after only one season.

The Egyptian ace has been linked with a shock transfer to Real Madrid because of his sensational goalscoring type for the Reds this time period, and people reviews have been ramped up after Saturday’s 5-0 demolition of Watford.

Even within the super-ego setting of a Premier League dressing room there comes some extent while you simply must acknowledge a particular expertise and Salah’s 4 objectives and help at Anfield was that second.

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In some methods it was harking back to Luis Suarez, a former Anfield favorite, who achieved the feat towards Norwich in 2013; in others – particularly his first and third objectives – it was Lionel Messi-like.

Like Suarez, who was snapped up by Barcelona after proving his world class expertise for Liverpool, Salah is now being linked with a big-money siwtch to Spain.

Salah left the pitch clutching the match ball after his first hat-trick in a crimson shirt, and by the point he left the bottom it had been coated in messages from his team-mates.

And Henderson has revealed what he instructed his team-mate within the dressing room.

“Everyone did the ball for him. I just kept it simple for him. I just said ‘Well done superstar’,” stated the Reds skipper.

Salah now has 36 objectives this season and 28 within the Premier League, 4 higher than Tottenham’s Harry Kane and one of the best return in Europe’s large 5 leagues.

After his four-goal salvo towards Watford comparisons have been inevitably made with Suarez however Henderson was reluctant to contribute.

“They are both fantastic players in their own right and you can’t compare them,” he added.

“They’re totally different gamers. I do know they rating quite a lot of objectives and each work exhausting off the ball however it is vitally tough to make that comparability.

“Luis moved on to Barcelona and is doing fantastically effectively. He’s a implausible participant who I used to be privileged to play with.

“But Mo this season has been unbelievable. Absolutely unbelievable. He is doing it every week, without fail.”

The impact Salah has on the group is, nonetheless, just like the one Suarez had when he nearly dragged Liverpool over the road of their failed title problem in 2013-14.

“It’s the confidence,” stated Henderson.

“You have got somebody like Mo who does the toughest a part of the sport, which is placing the ball behind the online.

“Then, as a group, if we work as exhausting as we presumably can, Mo – and even Sadio (Mane) and Bobby (Roberto Firmino) are going to complete it within the remaining third.

“We had that with Luis. You already know if you find yourself strolling out there are such a lot of objectives on the market for you.

“It’s just about defending well as a team because you know you will create chances.”

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