Mohamed Salah is out of this world class

Brighton coach Graham Potter believes Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah is in another world with his footballing abilities.

Salah’s scorching performance this season has led critics to question whether he is the best player in the world right now.

Brighton chairman Graham Potter thinks Salah's talents are out of this world


Brighton chairman Graham Potter thinks Salah’s talents are out of this worldCredit: Reuters
Potter believes that the Egyptian's impressive level of performance this season puts him in another world


Potter believes that the Egyptian’s impressive level of performance this season puts him in another worldCredit: AFP

But Potter believes that this underestimation of Egyptian talent puts him in another world.

Potter gave his view on Salah when he was asked to rate the 29-year-old forward before the Seagulls tried to stop the wing magician against Liverpool this weekend.

Salah has been on fire against all of the Reds’ main rivals this season, including Manchester United who scored a hat-trick last week.

In addition, he has already scored two potential goalscoring goals in successive matches against Manchester City and Watford despite the season being in its infancy.

Potter claims that this proves how good Salah is because he can produce against opposition of any stature.

When asked about Salah, Potter said: “At the moment he’s not world class, he’s beyond that level!

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“He produces in all the big games too – Chelsea, Manchester City, Atletico Madrid, Manchester United.”

Now Brighton’s appearance will be next on Salah’s rampant list of casualties as he looks to continue the staggering career that has seen him break a string of records in recent weeks.

During Liverpool’s 5-0 defeat to United, Salah, who has yet to sign a new contract with Jurgen Klopp’s side, became the highest-scoring African player in Premier League history, beating former Chelsea star Didier Drogba’s record of 105 with two goals.

But it didn’t end there and Salah also became the first Liverpool player to score in ten consecutive games in all competitions.

Moreover, Salah is now the first player to score a hat-trick against the Red Devils at home since Brazil legend Ronaldo in the 2002-03 Champions League.

Salah is also immortalized in the script by his country of origin who will teach lessons about the Reds giant star in a bid to inspire students.

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