4 Reasons why you will never walk alone with Mo Salah

Oddschecker
 | 
Fri, 31 May, 12:00 AM

Liverpool’s most important player is ready to make his second Champions League final one to remember – Mo Salah is the man to watch against Tottenham.

The brilliant attacker cruelly saw his first final against Real Madrid ended early with a shoulder injury last season but he’s out for the ultimate redemption in a competition in which he’s excelled.

In a season filled with outstanding efforts and the pain of going so close to their first ever Premier League title, the one constant in Liverpool’s season has been Salah’s importance – in the 21 games he’s scored, the Reds have won every time.

The Egyptian star, therefore, is the hot tip to score first against Spurs and he’s got the track record to back up the hype:

  • · He’s scored four goals in this season’s Champions League including three away from Anfield
  • · Nobody has scored more in this season’s Premier League than Salah’s 22 (Sadio Mane and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang also netted 22)
  • · He’s found the back of the net five times in his last seven matches.
  • · Ten of Salah’s strikes this season have been go-ahead or game-winning goals

 

Salah is paying a scorching $5.25* with Neds to be the final’s first goalscorer and sure to play a decisive role in this all-English final.

What’s more, if you’re eligible for the offers below it could get even better. For example, a $150 stake could deliver you a golden return of $630+

 

 

Either way, a new chapter in Champions League history will be written tomorrow morning.

 

Happy punting,

Oddschecker

 

*Odds correct at time of posting

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