Mo Salah: Liverpool star's wonder-goal v Watford in super slow-motion

Mo Salah's goal vs Watford was a work of art

Is Mohamed Salah the best footballer on the planet right now?

After his mesmerising display in Liverpool‘s 5-0 win away at Watford last Saturday afternoon, it’s hard to argue that he’s not.

Salah has been on fire for the Reds in 2021/22, the Egyptian contributing to 14 goals (10G, 4A) in 10 appearances across all competitions so far.

Two of those contributions came in the victory over Watford and the strike from Liverpool’s main man that beat Ben Foster and put his team 4-0 up on the day was a quite incredible solo goal.

Salah displayed some superhuman-like close control in and around the box, before whipping the ball into the far corner.

It’s a goal that will be in the mix to be labelled the best of the 2021/22 Premier League season, along with the 29-year-old’s masterpiece in the 2-2 draw versus Manchester City before the recent international break.

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In the aftermath of Liverpool’s resounding success at Vicarage Road, videos showing different angles of Salah’s goal have been rife on social media.

And as is customary in the modern day, the moment of magic has also been given the super slow-motion treatment and the footage is simply amazing.

We’ve seen a lot of Salah-themed videos over the past few days or so and this might just be the best of the lot.

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Take a look for yourself…

Video: Salah’s goal vs Watford in super slow-motion

Poetry. In. Motion.

The music really compliments the footage perfectly and it’s no surprise whatsoever that the brilliant video has gone viral on Twitter.

Liverpool fans will be hoping their Egyptian King can continue his world-class form on Tuesday night when the team play Atletico Madrid in the Champions League.

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The Reds have already beaten both FC Porto and AC Milan in European action this season and a victory at the Wanda Metropolitano would go a long to way to securing a place in the knockout stage.

Playing against Diego Simeone’s side is never easy, but with Salah turning into prime Lionel Messi of late, Liverpool will fancy their chances of picking up a priceless three points.

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