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Virgil Van Dijk Casually Pinged A 70-Yard Lofted Through Ball To Mohamed Salah With Absolute Ease

Nasir Jabbar

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Virgil Van Dijk Casually Pinged A 70-Yard Lofted Through Ball To Mohamed Salah With Absolute Ease

Virgil van Dijk produced a moment of magic when he picked out Mohamed Salah with an inch-perfect lofted through ball during Liverpool's big pre-season win.

Van Dijk has become known for his impeccable distribution from the back.

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

And he showed off his vision and ability to ping a pass during his side's 5-0 win over RB Leipzig on Thursday.

The Dutchman started the game in Germany and wasted no time to get going.

In the 11th minute, he struck an outrageous aerial pass to Salah who raced onto the ball in a spectacular move.

The pass highlights the 31-year-old's superb ability to create attacks.

Liverpool fans online loved Van Dijk spraying a sublime pass to Salah.

One tweeted: "That’s another reason why he’s the best Center back in world football. Different class, no debate."

A second wrote: "He's so accurate and powerful with his balls."

A third added: "He made it look so effortless."

A fourth commented: "70+ yard pass with ease!!"

Image: Alamy
Image: Alamy

Liverpool resume their pre-season next Wednesday when they face RB Salzburg.

Following that game, Jurgen Klopp's team take on Manchester City in the Community Shield.

With the new season just a couple of weeks away, it appears Liverpool are kicking into gear with Van Dijk showcasing his incredible passing.

Featured Image Credit: Liverpool

Topics: Football, Virgil Van Dijk, Liverpool, Mohamed Salah

Nasir Jabbar
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