Dejan Lovren trolls team-mate Mohamed Salah with hilarious video of lookalike supporter on a bike 

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Dejan Lovren trolls team-mate Mohamed Salah with hilarious video of lookalike supporter on a bike

  • Dejan Lovren shared video of fan with resemblance to Mohamaed Salah
  • The supporter was walking along the road in a Liverpool kit with his bike 
  • Lovren joked that Salah decided to cycle back from the game in Southampton 

Mohamed Salah may have starred for Liverpool in victory over Southampton, but that didn’t stop team-mate Dejan Lovren poking fun at the Egyptian.

The Croatian defender shared a video of a supporter dressed in full Liverpool kit with Salah’s name and number on the back, who bore a striking resemblance to the Liverpool star.

Alongside the video, Lovren joked in the caption that Salah had opted to cycle back from the south coast, saying: ‘He wanted some time for himself, so he took his bike after the Southampton game and managed to get in a record time to Liverpool (11hr-52min).’ 

Mohamed Salah scored for Liverpool in their vital victory over Southampton

Mohamed Salah scored for Liverpool in their vital victory over Southampton

The man was serenaded as he walked along the street with his bike, lifting his hand to acknowledge the recognition form those in the car.

Salah was on target for Liverpool in a crucial 3-1 win at Southampton on Friday that sent the club two points clear of Manchester City having played a game more.

Having fallen behind to Shane Long’s goal, Naby Keita levelled before Salah and Henderson completed the comeback. 

The lookalike, in full Liverpool kit, was serenaded while walking along the road with his bike

The lookalike, in full Liverpool kit, was serenaded while walking along the road with his bike

Dejan Lovren joked that Salah had decided to cycle back after Liverpool beat Southampton

Dejan Lovren joked that Salah had decided to cycle back after Liverpool beat Southampton

Salah himself responded to the post with a laughing emoji, while the likes of Divock Origi and former Reds left-back Jose Enrique also liked it. 

The Anfield side resume their Champions League campaign with the quarter-final first-leg clash against Porto before returning to Premier League action against Chelsea on Saturday.

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