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Salah demands the removal of “Superman”… and the penalty kicks

Salah demands the removal of “Superman”… and the penalty kicks

Salah misses penalty chance against Arsenal

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Liverpool fans held their breath when Mohamed Salah stood up to take a penalty kick against Arsenal, waiting for an equaliser, which resulted in the guests leading by two goals to one, but the Egyptian player who executed it in a way that he was “Superman” by the famous “The Athletic” website, wasted it, which in the future It made many wonder if the scorer was the right person to take penalties.

A month after missing another game against Bournemouth, Salah missed a penalty kick against Arsenal, prompting his German coach Jurgen Klopp to talk publicly about the possibility of excluding the top scorer from future activations.

And the main floor continued: In Mohamed Salah’s career, penalty kick guaranteed goal, his most memorable penalty was against Tottenham in the 2018-2019 Champions League final, he scored 17 penalties in a row with Liverpool after his first miss. Penalty with the red team against Huddersfield. Down in October 2017.

And he continued: In total, Salah took 29 penalty kicks with Liverpool, scoring 24 goals with a success rate of 83%, but the worrying thing is that he only scored 7 of his last 11 kicks from Liverpool with a success rate. 63%.

A well-known site detailed the Egyptian player’s method of dying in penalty kicks: Salah always takes a “Superman” style, takes a deep breath to control his emotions, then takes 3 or 4 steps to his right and usually hits hard. Corner, but his inaccuracy has cost him dearly at times.

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He added: Last season, Salah scored two penalty kicks against Milan and Leicester, both of which were missed, and this season, he picked the corner strongly in the first game against Bournemouth and missed it. Arsenal in the bottom left corner, and the result is unchanged.

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