Salah explains that Liverpool’s cool approach to games is thanks to ‘being together for three or four years’
‘The crowd panics, but we have experience’: Mohamed Salah tells Liverpool fans to relax after weakening to another close victory against Watford
- Mohamed Salah has told Liverpool fans to relax during nervous matches at Anfield
- The Egyptian both scored when Reds defeated Watford 2-0 to continue the unbeaten run
- But it was far from pleasant that Watford wasted a number of opportunities
- Salah said the Anfield crowd shouldn’t get ‘panicky’ when the games are close
Mohamed Salah has told Liverpool fans to relax after feeling the mounting tension in Anfield during Saturday’s narrow victory over Watford.
The Egyptian talisman scored both goals – including an outrageous 90-minute back heel – while the Reds won 2-0 to continue their unbeaten start to the Premier League season.
Jurgen Klopp’s side, however, was far from comfortable, but the winger insisted that fans shouldn’t panic during matches as they have an experienced team capable of sharpening results.
Mohamed Salah has written Liverpool’s impressive season on their team experience
The winger said that the audience should not be ‘panicky’ when their matches are close
“I think we have more experience now,” Salah told BT Sport after the game.
“We played together for three or four years, we know when we can make the game quickly.
“The audience panics a bit, but we have experience, we won a few games with 1-0, so it’s fine.”
Salah scored his eighth and ninth Premier League goals from the campaign against the bottom-ranked team, but admitted he was a bit lucky with his first.
Jurgen Klopp’s team has so far crossed the top of the Premier League without loss of competition
“I exercise with my right foot,” he joked.
“I was lucky with the first goal, it was a counter-attack, so I got a good pass and I think we scored at the right time.
“We played against a strong team today, I think they should be in a better position than they are, so hopefully we will continue to win the coming games.”
Liverpool will face Aston Villa in the quarterfinals of the EFL Cup after this, but Salah will be part of the squad heading to the Club World Cup in Qatar.