Mo Salah And Sadio Mane Joke About Andy Robertson 'Finally' Scoring
Mo Salah and Sadio Mane were relieved to 'finally' see Andy Robertson score on Wednesday night, as his goal helped Liverpool win the Champions League.
The full back has been a huge part of the Reds' transformation into European champions and Premier League title contenders, with his attacking prowess and ability at the back too.
Despite often foraying into the opposition half the Scottish left-back had last scored in May 2018 before scoring against Red Bull Salzburg on Wednesday, leading to Salah and Mane to express it was good to see their teammate 'finally' score.
"Finally he scored!"- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 2, 2019
Mo Salah and Sadio Mané can't believe Andy Robertson got on the score sheet :joy: pic.twitter.com/AfH4BLqoO2
It was only the second time in his Liverpool career that the former Hull City defender had managed to find the back of the net and Salah, who stole the question from his strike partner, was happy for his teammate saying, "We're happy for him.
"He doesn't score a lot, but he's given everything in the game, he's given everything for the team, so we're really happy for him."
Robertson had started the move with a run into the Salzburg half, before passing the ball off to a teammate, as he continued the run the ball went wide right to Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Whilst it might be rare for Robertson to score it's not rare for him or his fellow full-back to put on an assist and Alexander-Arnold did the usual, crossing low for his fellow defender to knock the ball in.
Alexa, show me the perfect example of Liverpool's football under Jurgen Klopp...- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 2, 2019
Poetry from Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson :fire: pic.twitter.com/nENhVH6sB2
The 25-year-old defender's goal put Jurgen Klopp's side 2-0 up before the half hour mark and when Salah added a third with less than 10 minutes till the break the game looked all but over.
However Salzburg pulled one back before half-time and scored two more before the hour mark to level things up at 3-3 and make things tricky for the English side, who had lost their Matchday One game to Napoli.
The comeback was ended nicely by Salah in the 69th minute and the reigning champions held on to secure their first points of this season's campaign.
It was a night those in attendance won't forget, especially not Robertson, he doesn't get enough goals to forget them.