‘I don’t give a toss… I can do what he does!’: Cameroon’s Vincent Aboubakar attacks Mohamed Salah AGAIN… and insists the only difference between himself and the Liverpool superstar is that the Egyptian has ‘opportunity to play in a big club’
- Vincent Aboubakar has again taken aim at Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah
- Cameroon star Aboubakar is ‘not impressed’ with Salah amid glowing praise
- He is convinced he can ‘do what he does’ if he was playing at a ‘big club’
Doubling down on his criticism of the Egyptian, Aboubakar says he ‘can do’ what Salah does and added that he doesn’t ‘give a toss’ if people disregard his opinion.
Cameroon’s Vincent Aboubakar took another swipe at Mohamed Salah (right) and claimed he could do what the Liverpool star does if he ‘had the opportunity to play in a big club’
He added: ‘I understand people’s attitudes, he’s one of the best goalscorers in the Premier League. It makes sense that when you go on about a player like that, people will talk.
‘But I did say that it was my opinion, my point of view. I don’t give a toss if people don’t like it.’
Earlier this year, ahead of playing Egypt in the Africa Cup of Nations, Aboubakar took a swipe at Salah, claiming he is not on the same level as stars such as Kylian Mbappe, of Paris Saint-Germain.
Aboubakar claims Salah does not create much and isn’t on the level of PSG’s Kylian Mbappe
The Cameroonian has long insisted that Salah does little to create in matches outside of his goals in what has been viewed as a bizarre critique of one of the best players in the world.
Salah has bagged 170 goals across the last five seasons for Liverpool and produced a match-winning display against Tottenham in a 2-1 win on Sunday.
He also bagged the African Footballer of the Year crown in both 2017 and 2018 – but Aboubakar remains deeply unimpressed.
Jurgen Klopp (right) disagrees and feels Salah will be remembered as one of the best ever
One person who certainly doesn’t agree with Aboubakar is Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, who believes Salah will be remembered as one of the best strikers ever.
‘When you look back, everybody will remember one of the best strikers you ever saw because numbers will be absolutely insane,’ Klopp said after the win at Tottenham.
‘He scored two goals and played like a real team player. Top performance and outstanding attitude.’