Pharaoh Mo Salah shines in controversial Merseyside Derby

Pharaoh Mo Salah shines in controversial Merseyside Derby

A Pharaoh may be emerging in England and his name is Mohamed Salah!

The Egypt International, Salah fired in his 13th goal of the Premier League season in Sunday’s Merseyside Derby at Anfield – it’s the most goals scored yet this season.


Salah’s goal came in the 42nd minute to give Liverpool the lead and cap their domination in the first half.

However, a controversial 76th-minute penalty – depending on which side of the divide you dwell – gifted Wayne Rooney the chance to rub one in on the Reds and their – very loud -fans.

Liverpool piled on the pressure in the second-half but was unable to add to their lead.

And Everton then picked up an unlikely point when Wayne Rooney scored a late penalty after Dejan Lovren needlessly brought down Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the box.

The 32-year-old Prodigal scored a thunderous penalty to cancel out Salah’s opener and also ensured Everton earned their first league point at Anfield since 2014.

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