Salah 'unstoppable' like Messi - Watford boss Gracia


Liverpool have now scored 206 goals in 99 Premier League matches under Jurgen Klopp but Salah's hat-trick was the first of his reign in the league.

Asked what effect Salah, who also provided the assist for Roberto Firmino's audacious backheel through his legs for Liverpool's third on the night, has on the team Gomez said: "It is indescribable".

Salah, 25, has been a revelation on Merseyside since he joined the club from Roma in a £36.9million deal last summer.

Supporters stated that the forward is world class, with others starting to compare him with some of the greats to have played the game.

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"Many times it is not so important what your plan is, no matter how hard you work on it, because a player like that can change it in an instant", he said.

All of Salah's goals were absolutely brilliant and he even recreated some Lionel Messi magic to leave one Watford defender on his back. The last player that I know who had that influence on a team performance was Diego Maradona I think, another Argentine guy.

"But Mo is in a fantastic way, that's for sure".

"As it always is in life, if you have the skills, you have to show that constantly, and consistently he is very good and he helps us a lot".

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Mohamed Salah's stunning debut season with Liverpool hit a new high as the Egypt winger's four-goal spree set a club record in a 5-0 demolition of Watford, while Crystal Palace boosted their bid for Premier League survival with a 2-0 victory at Huddersfield on Saturday.

"It is hard for us stopping an individual like Salah like it is hard stopping a team like Liverpool".

"The goals he brings are invaluable and he is just so good to play with".

"Go out there, at home, and you've got to beat them", Sinclair added. From minute one, Salah was able to exploit the gap between Jose Holebas and Britos as wing-back and centre-back, respectively, getting in behind at ease and creating chances for the hosts. "That's how football should be, so I'm really happy with the performance". A team that makes him feel like he is the main man, well that's because he is.

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