Kostas Tsimikas Applauds Mohamed Salah’s ‘Crazy’ Brilliance Following Liverpool’s Selhurst Park Triumph

After witnessing Mohamed Salah’s 200th goal for Liverpool in their 2-1 win against Crystal Palace, Kostas Tsimikas lauded the ‘crazy’ talent of the Egyptian forward. Salah’s milestone strike contributed to another impressive Premier League comeback for Jürgen Klopp’s team, with Harvey Elliott securing a stoppage-time winner after Jean-Philippe Mateta’s penalty initially put Palace in the lead.

Salah joins an elite group of Liverpool legends—Ian Rush, Roger Hunt, Gordon Hodgson, and Billy Liddell—as one of only five players to achieve a double century of goals for the club, accomplishing this remarkable feat in just 327 games.

Tsimikas expressed his admiration for Salah, not just as a player but as a person, emphasizing his relentless work ethic and dedication to improvement, especially in finishing. He remarked, “He’s my guy in the team, we are always together. I’m really happy for him and glad to have him next to me for his achievement.”

The victory against Crystal Palace demanded resilience from Liverpool, with two goals in the final 14 minutes securing three points for the second consecutive weekend. Tsimikas highlighted the team’s unwavering character and determination, praising Harvey Elliott’s decisive goal.

Facing a compact opponent, Tsimikas acknowledged the difficulty of playing at Selhurst Park but emphasized the significance of the three points, stating, “At the end, the only thing that matters is the three points, and we have to keep going for the rest of the season.”

Tsimikas also commended the stellar performance of goalkeeper Alisson Becker, characterizing him as the best goalkeeper in the world and praising his crucial saves throughout the match.

Looking ahead, Tsimikas outlined Liverpool’s ambitious goals for the season, emphasizing the need to take each game seriously and work hard to achieve success. He concluded, “We have to take it game by game until the end of the season, and I think the future can be bright for us. We have to work even harder just to give absolutely everything on the pitch.”

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