Liverpool left back Andy Robertson admits he wasn’t impressed with the speech Mohamed Salah gave after becoming the club’s top goalscorer in the Premier League.
Salah has gone ahead of a 22-year record held by Robbie Fowler, notching his 130th goal for the club.
The occasion was even more special, as he got the vital goal in a 7-0 win over Manchester United on Sunday.
“The record breaker, I don’t know how many records that he’s broken but I know that one means a lot to him,” Robertson told LFCTV of Salah.
“Obviously, Robbie Fowler, fantastic player for this club. A legend in his own right and for Mo to beat him, and not to take anything away from Robbie, but in quite a lot less games.
“He’ll go down as one of the greats for this club, the Premier League, everything. For this club, he’ll go down as one of the all-time greats and he deserves everything he got.”
Robertson added: “He (Salah) got a massive cheer in the changing room when he came in. His speech wasn’t great, but hey-ho. He’s a fantastic player, a fantastic person. He’ll be hungry for more.”