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SALAH COMPARED TO DROGBA

SALAH COMPARED TO DROGBA

Liverpool’s summer addition Mohammed Salah has been on blistering form since moving to Anfield. The Egypt international has scored ten times in 13 starts for the Reds, equalling the club record held by Daniel Sturridge since 2013 for fastest player to reach double figures goals in the Premier League era – beating even Didier Drogba in the process.

The 25-year-old’s 15 goals in all competitions have been monumental for Liverpool, particularly as their other goalscorers’ seem to be on break. His goals so far are the highest for the club since the exit of prolific striker Luis Suarez in 2014. With age on his side, there are already calls that he could match or exceed Didier Drogba’s record in the league.

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DOES THE MLS HARM INTERNATIONAL PROSPECTS?

DOES THE MLS HARM INTERNATIONAL PROSPECTS?

As usual, with the failure to make the 2018 World Cup Finals, analysts have been trying to point out the issues that hampered the team. Most of them agree that the schedule of the Major League Soccer (MLS) affected the United States Men’s National Team (USMNT) in a way, whilst it obviously also impacts on Canadian soccer too – which have around a quarter of th funding that USA have.

The former manager of the USMNT Jurgen Klinsmann allowed the tension between the team and the league to reach record heights. As a business, the MLS adopts models or processes that do not favour the national team as much. Notably in 2014, Klinsmann blasted the MLS for hurting the national team.

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DROGBA HITS ANOTHER

DROGBA HITS ANOTHER

Chelsea FC legend, Didier Drogba scored again in an eight-goal thriller in Ohio. The former Chelsea striker netted from the penalty spot but was not the only famous name to get on the scoresheet as Federico Higuain (Gonzalo’s older brother) scored a brace for the home side as well.

Eastern Conference-leading Montreal Impact rallied from a three-goal deficit to force a draw against Columbus Crew on Saturday. Dominic Oduro scored in the 93rd minute to cap the comeback at Columbus Crew Stadium as Montreal staged a brilliant second-half fightback in the contest.

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