Manchester United’s legendary midfielder Roy Keane gave Mohamed Salah a sharp blow.
On the 14th (Korean time), British media ‘Mirror Football’ highlighted Keane’s remarks. According to a report by Mirror Football, Keane pointed out Salah’s behavior after being replaced by manager Jurgen Klopp, saying “Sala had to just shut up and sit back.”토토사이트
Liverpool, which Salah belongs to, played the first round of the Premier League against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in London on the 14th (Korean time). The match ended in a 1-1 draw. On this day, Salah was replaced by Harvey Elliott in the 30th minute of the second half. In the process, he expressed dissatisfaction with the supervisor’s judgment.
On this day, Salah’s first half and second half were very different. In the 18th minute of the first half, he made an assist for Luis Diaz’s opening goal with a fantastic pass, showing off his Salah-like performance. In the 29th minute of the first half, although the goal was canceled due to offside, he showed sharp penetration and his left-footed ability.
Salah, who also played in the second half, did not have a noticeable performance unlike the first half. Coach Klopp, who wanted to change the game, sought a reversal of the atmosphere in the 30th minute of the second half by excluding Salah and Diaz and introducing young blood, Elliott and Ben Doc.
The problem was what he did when Salah was replaced. After his usual substitution, Salah greets Klopp and sits on the bench. This match was different. Salah, who had an annoyed expression from the moment he left the pitch, untied the bandage on his hand and threw it to the ground and sat on the bench without even saying hello to Klopp.
A similar situation occurred in the game on the 13th (Korean time). Tottenham Hotspur defender Christian Romero also had a similar reaction to Salah after being substituted against Brentford. As the voices of the players grow louder, the authority of the coaches is waning.