Mo Salah to wear specially-designed Adidas boots during Liverpool’s Champions League clash with Ajax to celebrate becoming 17th player in club’s history to score 100 goals
- Mohamed Salah became the 17th player in Liverpool history to score 100 goals
- The No.11 reached a century for Liverpool in the third-fewest amount of game
- To celebrate, Adidas created limited edition X Ghosted football boots for him
- The bespoke boot design is gold and white and has ‘Salah100’ down the side
- He will wear them in their Champions League clash against Ajax on Wednesday
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah will wear a special pair of Adidas boots in the Champions League this week after hitting 100 goals for the club in the Merseyside Derby against Everton on Saturday.
Salah became the first man to reach a century for Liverpool since Steven Gerrard in 2008, but did it in the third-fewest number of games.
To celebrate Salah’s achievement, Adidas have created a bespoke version of the X Ghosted football boots for him to wear in Liverpool’s Champions League fixture against Ajax on Wednesday.
Mohamed Salah became the 17th player in Liverpool history to score 100 goals for the club
To celebrate, Adidas created limited edition X Ghosted football boots for Salah to wear
The limited edition design will see Liverpool’s No.11 take to the pitch in a pair of gold and white boots with the accompanying tag ‘Salah100’ down the side.
Salah has, however, tried and tested his boots in training on Monday, but will be looking to break them in properly with a goal on Wednesday in their Champions League group stage opener.
Salah will wear the boots in Liverpool’s Champions League fixture against Ajax on Wednesday
Called ‘Mo’s Golden Touch’ the boots are gold and white with ‘Salah100’ down the side
The Reds will head over to the Eredivisie side after a dramatic Premier League clash with Everton that ended 2-2 on Saturday.
Liverpool will be without Virgil van Dyke for their Champions League tie and could be forced to play without Thiago Alcantara – who is currently being assessed after after sustaining a knock against The Toffees.
Jurgen Klopp is, however, confident that Naby Keita will return to the fold after he returned a negative COVID-19 test and was cleared to begin training and playing again.
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