Mohamed Salah Wore A "Never Give Up" T-Shirt At Anfield
Mohamed Salah knew.
The Egyptian attacker was unavailable for Liverpool's Champions League semi-final second leg clash against Barcelona, but he watched on from the stands and wore a defiant t-shirt.
He arrived at Anfield wearing a "Never Give Up" top and Liverpool fans believed it was the best motivation for the team.
'NEVER GIVE UP'
Mo Salah's T-shirt says so :wink:
Miracles do happen!!! pic.twitter.com/MDqHI5Tag1
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) May 7, 2019
Salah wearing that never give up T shirt has made my day:joy::joy: legend
- Craigteeee (@Craig__Taylor) May 7, 2019
Salah didn't play tonight but he's being talked about tonight because of the inscription on his shirt. These little details can go a long way.
- DAPO (@dapo43) May 7, 2019
#NeverGiveUp @MoSalah great inspiration @LFC well done. pic.twitter.com/gq2LhhdkQj
- Lord Woolwich (@rossanson1) May 7, 2019
:muscle::muscle: @MoSalah you'll never walk alone... pic.twitter.com/oDGrWU517u
- Enes Şahin (@enessahinnnn58) May 7, 2019
I swear @MoSalah t-shirt was the best motivation needed for the team. #LIVBAR
- Paige:panda_face: (@PaigeNaidu) May 7, 2019
Salah celebrated with his teammates following the full-time whistle.
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Liverpool's top scorer is expected to return to the line-up when the Reds resume their Premier League campaign on Sunday.
They now have a Champions League final to look forward to following an incredible comeback.
Divock Origi kick-started Liverpool's dramatic turnaround at Anfield. He opened the scoring in the seventh minute.
Second-half substitute Gini Wijnaldum, who replaced the injured Andy Robertson, then bagged a quickfire brace.
The Dutch midfielder poked home from close range to make it 2-0, before heading in his side's third.
Origi then made it four from a corner kick. The Belgium forward was brilliantly picked out by Trent Alexander-Arnold who provided a sublime ball.
The five-time European champions will now face Ajax or Tottenham in the Champions League final on June 1.
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