Mohamed Salah refused to accept his Man of the Match award after scoring a hat trick in Liverpool’s 4-0 win over Bournemouth Mohamed Salah decided to hand the award to his team mate James Milner in recognition of a landmark
appearance. Salah scored three times at the Vitality Stadium onnSaturday afternoon to take his goal tally to 12 for the season.
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It’s not a bad way at all [to get back amongst the goals],” Salah told Sky Sports. “Top of the table and scored three goals today, clean sheet. That’s
everything I can say today.
“My expectation is very high. But I know everyone else’s expectation for me is very high. As I said before, the most important thing, we are top of the
table and we win each game.
“I have to congratulate him [Milner]. It’s an amazing career. He deserves it today. He’s had an amazing career, so I hope we are going to win something
together. But I will not accept.”