Mohamed Salah has got off to a “flying” start at Liverpool, according to his Reds team-mate Georginio Wijnaldum.
“He’s really flying. I didn’t see his goal [against Hertha Berlin] because I was in the changing room but I heard it was a good goal,” Wijnaldum told LiverpoolFC.com.
“He has settled in really well. He’s not only a great player but also a great person, and that makes it easier for him but also for us to accept him. Since the moment he came here, he felt free to be himself. It’s a good thing for us.”
Mohamed Salah put the icing on the cake with an excellent goal on the hour mark at the Olympiastadion, adding to efforts from Wijnaldum and Dominic Solanke.
Surging forward to latch on to Philippe Coutinho‘s expertly weighted long ball, Salah was left to make the simplest of finishes to put Liverpool on their way to a resounding victory.
That was Salah’s third goal of pre-season, after his efforts against Wigan Athletic and Leicester City