Watching Salah is “shameful” … He became a “ghost” after Mane

Emmanuel Petit, the former Arsenal star who won the 1998 World Cup with the French national team, believes that watching Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star and the rest of his peers, puts him ashamed, noting that the Egyptian star is became a ghost of what it was.

Petty said in comments reported by the British newspaper “Express” on Thursday, before the weekend match between Liverpool and Arsenal: When I look at Liverpool, especially its big stars, I am ashamed. The team has achieved something this season, besides that it will be 14 points behind Arsenal.

He continued: I no longer feel that the team plays a block, I feel that there are mental and physical problems that the players also suffer from.

And follow Mohamed Salah: After the departure of Sadio Mane, you see that the front line of Liverpool is missing something, today Mohamed Salah is just a ghost for himself, not close to the level he was at.

Emmanuel Petit played for Arsenal between 1997 and 2000, then moved to Barcelona for a season, then returned to play for Chelsea until 2004, and also won the UEFA Cup. World 1998 with his national team and scored his third goal in the final against Brazil, and two years later he won the European Championship at Italy’s expense thanks to David Trezeguet’s golden goal.

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