Manchester United had welcomed their old rivals Liverpool to Old Trafford, hoping to take all three points by the final whistle. Throughout the game, one of Manchester United's players made life difficult for Mohammed Salah.
Liverpool took an early lead in the fifth minute, and Diego Jota added a second twelve minutes later. Mohammed Salah, who has scored in almost every match this season, continued his outstanding play by scoring the third goal in the 38th minute. Before halftime, the Egyptian added another goal to make it 4-0.
In the 50th minute of the second half, Salah sealed the victory and completed his hatrick. Two minutes later, Cristiano Ronaldo scored a fantastic goal, but it was ruled out by VAR. They were dealt a blow in the 60th minute when Pogba was sent off for a heavy tackle on Naby Keita.
Mc Tomminay is one of the players in that game who is giving Salah fits. Salah, regarded as one of the best players in the world, struggled at Old Trafford because Tomminay gave him little space whenever he received the ball.
When Salah received a ball, Mac Tomminay was there to block it, giving him little room to move forward. Salah, on the other hand, took advantage of a Manchester United mistake inside the box to sink them, effectively ending their hopes of a single point.
Despite Salah's hatrick in that game, Mac Tomminay gave him a headache the entire game.
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