The Egyptian pharaoh, Mohamed Salah, a professional with the English club Liverpool, was keen to provide support to his friend Harvey Elliott, who was injured in yesterday’s match against Leeds United, which ended with a triple in the match that brought the two teams together at the “Island Road” stadium, as part of the fourth round of matches. English Premier League competitions for the current season 2021-2022.
Salah published a photo of him with Elliot through his personal account on the Instagram website, and wrote a supportive message, saying: “I hope you are safe, Harvey,” and soon the image garnered a great interaction from Salah’s followers.
Post by Mohamed Salah and Harvey
Elliott, the Liverpool player, was keen to reassure his fans and followers after suffering a severe injury, and Elliott published a picture of him from inside the ambulance, through his personal account on the “Instagram” website, and wrote, “Thank you for your messages, guys! The beginning of the road to recovery,” to publish the official page of the Reds Player picture and caption: “We’re with you Harvey, we wish you a speedy comeback, you’ll never walk alone.”
Elliott was carried out on a stretcher, after suffering a severe leg injury, as a result of the intervention of Pascal Strick of Leeds United in the 60th minute, who received a red card as a result of his rough intervention, and captain Jordan Henderson participated in the place of Elliot in the 63rd minute.
Mohamed Salah scored Liverpool’s first goal in the 20th minute, after receiving Trent Alexander-Arnold’s cross to put it directly in the goal, raising his score to 3 goals this season in the Premier League.
Mohamed Salah raised his score to 100 goals in the English Premier League, after today’s goal, and became the fifth fastest player to achieve this achievement in the history of the Premier League, and the second African and the 30th player in general.
Spaniard Thiago Alcantara scored another goal for Liverpool during the first half, but the referee canceled it for offending Mohamed Salah, who passed the ball to Thiago.