‘Ninety-One Goals For Liverpool But Salah Doesn’t Get Credit He Deserves’

Mohamed Salah does not get “the credit he deserves” despite registering 91 goals in 144 appearances for Liverpool, says Glen Johnson.

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Records have tumbled around the Egyptian forward since he was taken to Anfield in the summer of 2017.

returned to English football with a point to prove having previously
been denied regular opportunities to showcase his talent at Chelsea.

have been the ones to benefit from ability that the Blues overlooked,
with Salah starring for the Champions League winners and Premier League
title hopefuls.

His goal return through 100 outings for the
Reds in the English top-flight betters that of legendary figures on
Merseyside such as Luis Suarez and Fernando Torres.

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He is a
two-time Golden Boot winner and has a PFA Player of the Year award to
his name, but questions have been asked of a supposed selfish streak and
his long-term commitment to the Liverpool cause at times.

Reds star Johnson is baffled by the doubters, telling The Mirror when
piecing together his team of 2019-20: “All of Liverpool’s front three
could have made my team, but I’ve chosen Salah because I still don’t
think he gets the credit he deserves.

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“He’s already scored
91 goals for Liverpool and although he can be wasteful in front of goal
sometimes, he’s still incredibly dangerous.

“He’s scored some really crucial goals as well as some absolute crackers including that fantastic strike against Chelsea last season.”

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Another player at Anfield whose value is not always recognised is
Jordan Henderson, with the 29-year-old often sailing under the radar
despite being club captain and a key cog in Jurgen Klopp’s well-oiled

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Plaudits have started to rain down on him this season, and Johnson feels such recognition is long overdue.

The ex-England international added: “It was not that long ago that Henderson looked like he’d be on his way out of Liverpool.

“However in the past couple of seasons he’s become one of the players Jurgen Klopp relies on most at Liverpool.

might not be the most eye-catching of midfielders, but players like him
are often the most influential players in a successful side.”