& # 39; He is not such a player, so how often will it happen? & # 39; Andy Robertson defends Mo Salah after diving accusations
- Andrew Robertson came in defense of his teammate Mohamed Salah
- The Egyptian has been accused of having been too easily in the area lately
- Salah won and scored a penalty when Liverpool took a crucial 1-0 victory in Brighton
- The Reds are currently at the top of the ranking with a seven-point cushion
Danny Gallagher for Mailonline
Andrew Robertson jumped to the defense of teammate Mohamed Salah and insisted that the Egyptian talisman does not dive to get penalty's.
Salah both won and scored a penalty in Liverpool's recent 1-0 victory over Brighton at Amex Stadium, which opened its lead at the top of the Premier League table again to seven points.
The 25-year-old was also recently knocked down in the massive victory of the Reds at Arsenal, and now his fingers are pointed in his direction when it comes to winning decisions in the area.
Mohamed Salah won and scored the penalty in Brighton, making Liverpool a crucial 1-0 victory
Salah stepped up to score his third penalty in the last four Premier League-games
Defender Andy Robertson believes that each of the fines Salah won was clear mistakes
Robertson, however, feels that the problem is tiring, with repetitions that clearly indicate how Salah was polluted by his opponents on every occasion.
& # 39; Every time it happens, we go back, everyone looks at the video and you say: & # 39; Well, it's not a dive, "Robertson said after the victory on the south coast, as a report goal.
& # 39; I was at the edge of the coffin and it was a stone wall. When people start to say that Mo is easily gone, that is not fair.
Arsenal defender Sokratis recently brought Salah to Anfield to give a penalty
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& # 39; The one against Arsenal, especially, he was cut three times. They still appealed. It is a bit of desperation. & # 39;
Salah thus becomes a danger to opponents in the area that the penalties for Jurgen Klopp incur.
He broke the ball past David Button in Brighton and salah converted his third penalty in four league matches, recently also striking Arsenal and Newcastle.
The Egyptian could have bolstered it even better with a second against Arsenal, although he got a second place against teammate Roberto Firmino to make a hat-trick.
The Egyptian was too much for Newcastle, he won and placed a shot at the touch
Salah now leads the way in scoring the goals of the Premier League, as he did last season.
He is in shared first place with rival Harry Kane and newcomer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – each with 14 domestic strikes to their credit.
Liverpool will wait to see if their seven-point margin remains intact on Monday evening when Manchester City hosts Wolves at the Etihad.