Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, Liverpool’s top scorer, did not wait long before admitting that he was broken and apologizing to his club’s fans, after Manchester United secured qualification for the Champions League on Thursday, after its great victory over Chelsea.
United guaranteed participation in the prestigious continental championship next season alongside Manchester City, Arsenal and Newcastle, while Liverpool will play in the European League Championship, which is the first time that the Egyptian scorer will play the tournament as a player with the “Reds”.
Salah wrote directly on “Twitter”: I am devastated and have no excuse for what happened. We had everything we needed to reach the Champions League, but we failed.
And I follow: We are Liverpool and qualifying for the Champions League is the least that can be achieved, but this did not happen.
And he concluded, Liverpool’s top scorer throughout his history in the English Premier League: It is too early to publish a positive or optimistic tweet, I just feel that we have let ourselves down and let the fans down.
Liverpool finished fifth in the English Premier League, to qualify to participate in the European League Championship, while it reached the Champions League final 3 times since Salah joined its ranks at the beginning of the 2017-2018 season.