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    Friday, 22 February 2019

    Mohamed Salah admits Manchester United threats ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash

    We are aware of Manchester United threat but the goal is to win says Mohamed Salah

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    The Reds travel to Old Trafford for Sunday's Premier League clash with Manchester United and Salah has warned of the threats that the Red Devils will pose, taking thought of their current winning streak in the League under the club's caretaker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

    Salah told Premier League Productions: "They are unbeaten in their last nine [league] games, so they are in a good way and they want to win against us.

    "Everyone knows about Liverpool and Manchester United. They have good players – even before they won their last 10/11 games, they have had very good players from the beginning of the season.

    "They have a good team and now they are winning, winning, winning, so they have confidence, but at the end of the day we want to win the game. Whoever we play against, we want to win the game."

    Manchester United are the only team Salah hasn't managed to score against since his arrival to Anfield in 2017.

    And the Egyptian will be aiming to bang-in on Sunday evening and push clear above Sergio Aguero in the Premier League top scorer chart.

    "Being the top scorer is important," Salah added.

    "But it never counts as No.1 – the Premier League is No.1.

    "If we win [a game] 1-0, 2-0 or 3-0 and anyone else scores, I don’t mind, I would be very, very happy. For me, the team is the most important thing.

    "I hope I can score [Premier League goal numbers] 50, 51, 52… but the most important thing is to win [our] game.

    "We need to stay first in the table and that’s something very important for us."

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