Mo Salah's 'Conversation' With Orestis Karnezis After Scoring Four Was Brilliant

Mo Salah continued to gain more and more fans during Liverpool's match with Watford on Saturday evening and then after the final whistle he made one more fan in Watford goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis.

Every time Mo Salah has touched the ball this season it's looked like he was about to do something to damage the opposition, and quite often that's because the Egyptian has damaged the opposition, and against Watford that was no different.

Salah cost Liverpool just £34 million in the summer and despite his time at Chelsea not going too well he has taken back to the Premier League like few players ever have.

Everyone remembers these moments playing football as a kid:

He currently leads the league's top goalscorer charts with his five goal blitz against Watford taking him clear of Harry Kane on 24 goals, with the Spurs and England forward currently out injured.

Liverpool fans and neutrals would have enjoyed his incredible performance against the Hornets but the man who had possibly the best view of Salah's heroics without enjoying it was Greek goalie Orestis Karnezis.

If the 32 year old didn't enjoy the 90 minutes then he might have enjoyed the moment he shared with the opposition forward after the match. BT Sport captured the moment Salah apologised to the Watford number one saying 'I'm sorry' as they shook hands:

After the match the 25 year old spoke to BT about his performance saying, "I have to thank everyone but mainly my teammates, without them I couldn't reach this number.

"Each game we try to win the three points, but every game I want to score and help the team. But today the most important thing is three points. We showed a god reaction after the last game. We had a good result and clean sheet -- that's most important."

Liverpool had lost their previous league match last weekend to Manchester United. The former Roma winger had been kept quiet by Ashley Young and Chris Smalling but hit back from that disappointment in style.

There's surely no one to stop him being player of the year and he's a good guy too. Hats off to Salah.

Ryan Sidle

Ryan is a writer for SPORTbible. He covers all sport from football, formula one, cricket, rugby, tennis, athletics, mma and wrestling. He obviously hates YOUR football team and has no interest in synchronised swimming.

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