‘You know the most awful thing about that guy? He’s SO likeable’: Noel Gallagher heaps praise on Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah after wonder goal against his beloved Man City
- Liverpool star Mohamed Salah is the form player in the Premier League right now
- The Egyptian scored a goal of the season contender against Manchester City
- Famous City fan and music legend Noel Gallagher has commented on the star
- Gallagher admitted he faces a strange conundrum of finding Salah very likeable
Mohamed Salah’s exploits against Manchester City at Anfield turned out to be that good that even the club’s most famous fan is waxing lyrical about him.
Salah made the football world stop and hold its breath on Sunday after gliding past a string of City players and leaving them for dead, before beating Ederson to cap off a sublime solo strike and put the Reds 2-1 ahead late on.
The Egyptian, 29, has enjoyed a sensational start to the campaign, scoring nine goals in all competitions, with fans and pundits failing to run out of superlatives for Liverpool’s talisman.
Liverpool and Egypt star Mohamed Salah is the form player in the Premier League right now
And music legend Noel Gallagher has joined a long list of Salah admirers, despite his deep love for Pep Guardiola’s side.
The former Oasis star admitted that Salah is ‘so likeable’ and heaped praise on the attacker for his sensational strike against the Premier League champions.
‘Mo Salah’s goal was just far out,’ he told talkSPORT.
‘Do you know what the most awful thing about that guy is? He’s so likeable.
The 29-year-old scored a sensational goal against Manchester City on Sunday evening
Manchester City superfan and music legend Noel Gallagher admitted that Salah is ‘so likeable’
‘When you see him afterwards I just want to give him a little cuddle, whereas you really want him to be like [Wayne] Rooney or something.’
Despite widespread praise for his stunning effort against Liverpool’s title rivals, Salah insisted that his strike would have been better had Jurgen Klopp’s side gone onto take all three points.
As it was, City left Anfield with a point after Kevin de Bruyne levelled the scores with a clinical left-footed strike beyond Alisson Becker.
‘I have to watch it to see, I do remember it a bit,’ Salah said. ‘I think it would be more special if it won the game, but it is what it is, this is the result, I think it’s a good goal but nothing much to say.’
The former Oasis star said he wishes Salah was more like Man United legend Wayne Rooney