Mo Salah had a priceless reaction after being bombarded with shirt requests following Liverpool’s 4-0 win over LASK in the Europa League.
The Reds claimed an emphatic victory over the Austrian outfit, with Salah bagging his 199th goal for Liverpool from the spot.
Luis Diaz was also on target, while Cody Gakpo helped himself to a brace.
Salah was replaced by Trent Alexander-Arnold mere minutes after converting his penalty, with Jurgen Klopp thinking about the clash with Fulham at the weekend.
He was back on the pitch at full-time and LASK players were desperate to get his shirt as a memento from the game.
21-year-old Moses Usor desperately wanted the Egyptian’s jersey and was straight over to Salah, who was happy to oblige.
But as Salah was removing his shirt, another LASK player came over to enquire. He was too late to the party but Salah showed his class again. As a beIN Sports clip shows, the former Chelsea man told him, “I’ll give you a second one inside”.
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Salah then embraced the defender, who will undoubtedly have been waiting for his souvenir in the tunnel.
The 31-year-old was made captain for the game, as Liverpool booked their spot in the round of 16 and topped Group E with a game to spare.
It came after a surprise loss to Toulouse last time in the Europa League.
There was no rest afforded to Liverpool’s No.11 and former Reds striker believes Salah has an agreement of sorts to feature in every game.
Speaking on TNT Sports, the Ballon d’Or winner said: “He must be saying to Jurgen Klopp ‘I want to play in these games’. He just churns out the games, doesn’t he? He’s incredible. A machine.”
Salah has played in every Liverpool game this season bar one – the 3-1 Carabao Cup win over Leicester City.
He was 13 goals in 19 games in all competitions.