Liverpool appear brilliant at Bayern Munich, This Feelings Riise Girise
John Arne Riise said that Liverpool’s performance was extraordinary when Bayern Munich successfully buckled in the pre-season Audi Cup 2017 season.
Liverpool finally failed to win after defeated Atletico Madrid in a penalty shootout in the final game. But the ciamik appearance of the two wing attackers of the Reds Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane received a special note from Riise.
Mane who can play in various wing positions, playing so impressive when fit in his first year at Liverpool. While the new winger, Salah who made a significant impact in the pre-season match since imported from Rome this summer.
Both wings have almost the same advantages, namely the super speed that is always able to break down the opponent’s defense.
Liverpool broke the club’s transfer record at a cost of 36.9 million pounds to bring Salah. It’s the right choice, when the Egyptian winger has scored four goals in only pre-season game only.
His latest action, as he contributed a second goal and complete Mane’s first goal goal in a 3-0 win over Munchen at the Audi Cup. While closing goal dilesakan by Daniel Sturridge.
Watching the action of his former team bulldoze one of the best teams in the world, Riise posted his admiration on his personal twitter account.
The former left-back who had grazed at Anfield in the timeframe of 2001 to 2008, wrote: Wrong and Mane! I’m so happy I’ll never play with them. ”
Wrong appearance is no doubt. It was recorded on his nicks last season, where he recorded 15 goals and created 71 chances for Roma in Serie A.
Support Moreno for a surprise
In addition to Mane and Salah, Riise gave his admiration for the appearance of Alberto Moreno successor. Spanish defender was able to look classy when facing Bayern, as if to forget all the bad appearance as far as costumed Liverpool.
He wrote: “Moreno, can you turn things around? Will be very fun to friends! Although I’ve doubted you, but everything may change my pal (leftover). ”
Moreno’s position is actually threatened, when the Reds bring in Hull City left-back, Andrew Robertson. The Scottish defender has an accurate 84 percent feedback record in the Premier League last season. His arrival was expected to have a positive impact. (Source: Squawka)