Liverpool – Salah: “The video assistant referee eliminates the match!”

The Reds striker attacked the video after his team beat Marj West Ham thanks to a double from Al-Masry.

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah revealed his hatred of arbitration with video after he led his team to a 3-1 victory over West Ham United on Sunday.

The Egyptian international player raised his tally in the Premier League to 15 goals in the 2020-21 season with two goals at the expense of David Moyes’ men.

He scored the two goals in the second half to put Liverpool ahead of their hosts. Jorginho Wijnaldum then increased the Reds lead to three, before Craig Dawson came to console the Hammers late in the match.

This is the second time in 72 hours that Jurgen Klopp’s men have won 3-1 after Thursday’s win over Tottenham, ending a series of four consecutive league matches without scoring a single goal.

Salah is relieved to see his team return to form, but he thinks VAR technology has something to do with their sudden breakdown. “I thought before I didn’t like VAR technology!”The striker explained to Sky Sports after the final whistle.

“Since the start of the season, in my opinion, the game is ruled. You have to be exactly on the right side of the line. [dans les appels de hors-jeu]. In other countries, that’s fine. I don’t want to be fined, but this is my opinion. I don’t like VARs. “

Sunday’s victory saw Liverpool return to third place in the Premier League at the expense of Leicester City, who lost to Leeds United earlier today.

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Salah was happy to see his team score a second successive victory over well-trained Moise Hammers.

“It’s a good win for us today, after we played away for the second match in a row. We have to win every game and West Ham is a difficult team.”, he added. They play really well, but I love playing against them. We just have to keep going and keep winning.

“I knew Sadio and Roberto would not start, so I had a lot of responsibility, but I try every match to help the team.

“My second goal? I train all the time to finish with my right foot and my left foot, but I have to give credit to Shaka (Xherdan Shaqiri).”

Tess Larson

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