The Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, wore the captain’s armband for the Liverpool team during the victory over Crystal Plus with two goals without a response, in the friendly confrontation that brought them together today in the second friendlies of the Reds, in preparation for the new season 2022-2023.

Mohamed Salah received the captain’s armband from his Dutch colleague Virgil van Dijk, as the Egyptian star led his team during the second half of the friendly confrontation and scored a goal in his first touch as soon as he came down in the 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace.

Salah scored his first goals after renewing his contract with the Reds and in his first touches after he replaced in the second half, where the pharaoh entered in the 46th minute and the first of the second half instead of Luis Diaz, and in the 47th minute he scored the second goal for the Reds in his preferred way, an R2 shot against Crystal Palace .

Liverpool captain Henderson opened the match goals in the 12th minute with a missile shot in the confrontation at the Singapore International Stadium.

Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, was on the bench at the beginning of the confrontation, and then led the team from the field in the second half.

Liverpool entered the first half with a formation consisting of:

Goalkeeper: Adrian

Defence: Milner, Konate, Matip, Tesmikas

Midfield: Henderson, Jones, Elliott

Forwards: Chamberlain, Luis Diaz, Firmino

Then Liverpool entered the second half with a formation consisting of Davis – Robertson – Van Dyck – Van der Berg – Arnold – Thiago – Fabinho – Keita – Carvalho – Nunez – Salah.

Liverpool suffered a severe defeat against Manchester United a few days ago in the team’s first Asian tour, which ended with a clean four in Thailand in a strong surprise for the Reds.

Mohamed Salah became one of Liverpool’s most prominent scorers in its history, as he scored 156 goals and 63 assists in 254 games during his trip with the Reds Castle under the leadership of German coach Juergen Klopp.

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