- Mohamed Salah flaunts exotic cars garage valued around R15 million
- The 27-year-old scored twice in Liverpool's win over Southampton
- Salah increased his chances of contending for the Premier League's golden boot again
Liverpool stars Mohamed Salah brightened his chances of retaining the Premier League golden boot he won last season after scoring twice in his side's 4-0 win over Southampton on Saturday.
The Egyptian goal king fired home two late goals in the 72nd and 90th minute to ensure the Reds open a 22 point gap over second-place Manchester City.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jordan Henderson scored the opening two goals for the home team in the 47th and 60th minutes. Before Salah was let loose and found the back of the net twice.
To celebrate his brace against the Saints, the 27-year-old forward showed off his car collections which are valued around R15 million.
Salah is believed to be earning about R4 million per week in addition to other bonuses and extra incentives depending on his performances for the club.
This means that the winger could have acquired his cars with just one-month income and would not feel the pain of parting with the cash
The attacker is responsible for 20 Premier League goals so far this campaign, 14 goals and six assists with many more laced under his boots for the remainder of the season.
He, however, boasts of exotic cars in his garage which includes a £160, 000 Bentley Continental GT, which has been adjudged the player's favourite.
The Egyptian who can practically outrun any EPL defender also preferred a car wich could offer him similar feature, so he went for a top speed of 210 mph, and is UK-built with an efficient V12 engine.
The 27-year-old also formed African Union with Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, as he was said to have gone after £271,000 Lamborghini Aventador.
According to SunSport, the sports car is the fastest motor in his collection - with the capacity of reaching 0-60 mph in just 2.9 seconds.
Just like every other footballer, Salah drives his Mercedes AMG GLE Coupe with a 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine that churns out 367 horsepower and 520 Nm of torque to training.
The £65,000 car has enough room to contain training materials and so much more. But, the forward definitely has more in his collection.
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