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Mohamed Salah has been phenomenal, says Robbie Fowler

09 February 2018

Liverpool and African superstar Mohamed Salah has explained why he believes he failed at Jose Mourinho's Chelsea.

Salah has 21 Premier League goals this season, just one behind golden boot front-runner Harry Kane, and is not letting up, with an average of 10 fantasy points per game over his last five appearances.

Then came the summer of 2017, in which he left the club to come back to the Premier League with Liverpool. I want to concentrate on my team and finish the season very well.

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The Egypt global has scored 28 goals in 34 games and announced himself on the world stage since signing from Roma for £36.9 million last June.

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"At the moment I am here", Salah told Marca via Goal.

Salah believes he is now enjoying the best moment of his career and asked why he couldn't prove his worth during his time at Chelsea, he added: "After arriving here the first time [Chelsea] was always in my head, and after playing in Rome, coming back here to England was great because I love the Premier League".

It is easy to suggest that he has exceeded all expectations, even after impressing in Italy with Fiorentina and Roma, but the talented forward does not see things that way, telling FourFourTwo: "I don't want to seem arrogant".

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"He always wants to do his best for the team, to make everyone smile and be happy, which means every player wants to give 100 per cent for him". But yeah, I expected it [scoring a lot of goals].

Mohamed Salah has been phenomenal, says Robbie Fowler