Salah: I’m in the best moment of my career and I want to beat Kane

The perfect host, Mohamed Salah (Egypt, 1992) invites us to his private box at Anfield, with his family and friends, to see his exhibition against Tottenham (a double despite the draw).His goals record (21) has allowed him to compete with Harry Kane (22) in the Premier League, but also for the Golden Shoe, with Cavani (21) and Messi (20).”I’m not surprised,” he says, entirely convinced of his football pedigree, before sitting down and posing for photos and answering MARCA’s long list of questions.Are you in the best moment of your career? “I think so far.” Why do you think it has happened now?”After arriving here the first time [Chelsea] was always in my head, and after playing in Rome, coming back here to England was great beacuse I love the Premier League. Last year I had some good performances for Roma, but I arrived as a forward and started playing out wide. This year I’m scoring more goals. In any case I want to help the team to win titles or be in a good position in the league.”Are you surprised to have scored so many goals?”I’ve always scored goals wherever I’ve played, but this year I’m doing so a lot more… it’s not a surprise for me.”How important is your coach Jurgen Klopp? “I spoke with him before coming to Liverpool. He helped me to adapt to the group very quickly, and also on the pitch. We are very happy together.”

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