An impressive moment between Harvey Elliott and Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah was revealed during their Champions League win over VAR last night.
Harvey Elliott is excited to see. If he will score his first goal in the Champions League against Rangers last night. But Moham Liverpool team-mate Med Salah also stood by to comfort him. After a close fight in the first half , Roberto Firmino equalized for the Reds after Scott Arfield’s shot put Rangers ahead of Jürgen’s men. Klopp also carpeted the hosts in the second half. With Firmino also scoring his second goal before Darwin Nunez scored the team’s third goal. Can still score a hat-trick in less than six minutes.
And when it’s almost out of time Elliott then passed the ball into the net. But initially his shot was canceled for offside. However, a VAR check is required to double check whether it should be confirmed as a goal or not. Although the results of this game have nothing to win when the time has come to this point. But Elliott is keen to start in Europe’s biggest club competition as he gazes anxiously on the big screen for nearly a minute as he waits for a VAR verdict.
Salah is equally keen to give the teenage striker a name. By hugging Elliott and sharing heart-warming moments together. Both had smiles on their faces and seemed optimistic that the shot would be a goal. And finally, it was confirmed as the closing door for the Reds’ 7-1 victory when the verdict was confirmed. Salah jumps behind Elliott. As the youngsters run to celebrate in front of the visiting fans
Elliott scored his first Premier League goal earlier this season in Liverpool ‘s 9-0 win over Bournemouth and he has now registered his first goal in Europe. The creative midfielder was one of the Reds’ sparks of hope at this disappointing start to the UFABET season. And he impresses again at the Ibrox Stadium and he hopes to start again when Liverpool return to action in the league against reigning champions Manchester City on Sunday 16. October 2022
Salah is now the record holder for most goals for an English club in the Champions League, and ex- Liverpool team-mate Dejan Lovren feels it will help silence critics following the exit. The team’s poor start to the 2022-23 season came after the Egyptian scored the fastest Champions League hat-trick in history.