Current African footballer of the year, Mohammed Salah, has been discovered to be the the reason Roberto Firmino now scores.

The Liverpool star Salah, now plays the role of one who does so much assist, to the extent that Roberto Firmiho benefits from it, to the extent of scoring a hat-trick in which the assist came from Mohammed Salah.

The Egypt international helped the Brazilian to score his first hat-trick of the season
Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino has showered encomium on Mohamed Salah for his ‘unselfish’ gesture in their 5-1 victory over Arsenal in December.

Having scored twice in the encounter, the Egypt international helped his strike partner complete his first hat-trick of the season by allowing the 27-year-old take the second penalty they were awarded in the game.

Recalling the incident, the Brazil international, unsuprised by the act, has expressed his appreciation to the former Roma man.

“I was really happy with his unselfish act of giving me the ball and once again I thank him for it.”

Firmino has scored 11 goals this season while his strike partner Salah has 19 goals to his name in all competitions including his 16 in the Premier League to rank him as the top scorer thus far.

Liverpool play host to Leicester City in their next league game on January 30 at Infield.