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Debunking Michael Owen's "extreme selfishness" accusation aimed at Mohamed Salah

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Michael Owen feels Mohamed Salah's "extreme selfishness" is a cause for concern for Liverpool amid their recent struggles.

The Reds have scored just once in their last four Premier League fixtures, with their normally dynamic front three out of sorts.

"There is a lot of selfishness creeping in, I've seen that again," Owen told Premier League Productions .

Salah and strike partners Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane were again made the fall guys for Liverpool's failure to earn a win against Man Utd on Sunday.

But former Liverpool striker Owen feels the Egyptian needs to take the lions share of the blame.

In three of Liverpool's last four fixtures Salah has actually recorded a higher pass completion rate than both Firmino and Mane.

Furthermore, his chances created per 90 minutes of action trumps his fellow attackers (Salah: 1.35, Mane: 1.12, Firmino: 0.81).
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