After his big move to Liverpool last summer, Mohamed Salah had no trouble figuring out how to score goals in England.
The forward made a £38 million ($49.2m) swap from Roma to Liverpool in the summer of 2017 and proved a bargain, scoring 44 times as he led the Reds to the Champions League final.
While things ended up going swimmingly in the end, Salah admitted in an interview with for a commercial campaign that he had a little trouble adjusting to England when he first arrived, despite having previously spent a short time in London with Chelsea.
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His biggest problem? Driving on the right side of the road!
“In the first few weeks it was hard, I had couple of accidents where I did drive on the sidewalk,” Salah said when asked if he had any adjustment issues. “But then everything worked out just fine.”
Salah’s first year with Liverpool saw him win multiple accolades, including the Premier League Player of the Year.
However, with the Egypt international having delivered a record 32 goals in a 38 game Premier League season last year to capture the league’s Golden Boot, he feels that is an honour which trumps all the others.
“Premier League Golden Boot, for sure,” he said when asked what his favourite prize was. “I had to work hard for that, and concentrate on every match to score. Also I had to fight for it with great players such as Harry Kane and Kun Aguero.”
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