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Liverpool fans left fuming at Martin Tyler's weak commentary for Mohamed Salah's goal against Spurs

Liverpool fans left fuming at Martin Tyler's weak commentary for Mohamed Salah's goal against Spurs

Martin Tyler's commentary has come in for criticism.

Liverpool fans are furious with Martin Tyler following his unenthusiastic commentary for Mohamed Salah's goal against Tottenham on Sunday.

Salah opened the scoring in the 11th minute then doubled his side's lead just before the break after pouncing on Eric Dier's mistake.

Dier's wayward header picked out Salah, who controlled the ball before brilliantly chipping it over Hugo Lloris.

A superb finish by the Liverpool star, but his goal wasn't reflected by the commentary, according to Liverpool fans.

On commentary, the veteran Sky Sports commentator said: "It's a mistake from Dier, and Salah makes him pay."

Liverpool supporters online took aim at Tyler's underwhelming commentary for Salah's second goal.

One Twitter user wrote: "Martin Tyler's hatred for Liverpool is so funny bro, he literally mumbled when Salah scored."

A second joked: "The disappointment in Martin Tyler's voice when Salah bagged that second goal brought joy to my heart."

A third tweeted: "Listen to the reaction of Martin Tyler for Salah's and Kane’s goals... awful."

A fourth said: "How long before Martin Tyler retires, every single week falling asleep as Salah scores, can hear the devastation in his voice."

Another questioned: "Does Martin Tyler even enjoy football anymore?"

It's not the first time Tyler's commentary has been the subject of criticism by Liverpool fans.

Fans compared him to Peter Drury following Liverpool's dramatic come-from-behind victory over Southampton last season.

The difference was extremely telling, with Drury painting an incredible picture with his words on commentary.

While Tyler failed to describe the magnitude of Salah's goal, Klopp hailed his star man - lavishing him with high praise following the 2-1 win.

"When you look back, everybody will remember one of the best strikers you ever saw because numbers will be absolutely insane," said the Liverpool boss. "He scored two goals and played like a real team player.

"Top performance and outstanding attitude."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy/Sky Sports

Topics: Liverpool, Martin Tyler, Mohamed Salah, Football