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The Israeli Hazar? In England they compare and bring up: "Solomon does Messi's things" - voila! sport


The Fulham players stick to the flattering nickname, the fans are in love, Shearer analyzes the unstoppable move he developed and even in the "Guardian" they go out of proportion: "Like Messi at Barca". The responses

Summary: FA Cup round of 16 matches - Manchester City's victories, Solomon's goal in Fulham's victory (Sport1)

Manor Solomon is taking English football by storm, and the local media do not remain indifferent to the new phenomenon.

After scoring a fourth goal in four games yesterday (Tuesday), which is also an almost exact copy of his previous goals, the Israeli winger is receiving praise from wall to wall in the kingdom.

It starts with the cheering reactions within the team, which illustrate how well Solomon has acclimated in the locker room, and how much he is valued by the coach.

"The Israeli Eden Hazard", wrote his teammate Andreas Ferreira on Instagram, revealing the nickname that was attached to Solomon already in his first weeks in England, as he himself previously told.

Coach Marco Silva was excited for Solomon and said: "He deserves everything. It is very important that a positive relationship is created on the field between him and Alexander Mitrovic. The combination between them is simply perfect. A tremendous goal by Manor."

Solomon has already won the hearts of Fulham fans, who continue to praise him and compliment him on fan websites.

On the "Fulhamish" website, they chose him as the outstanding player of the game, giving him a score of 8 and writing: "Watching Solomon's abilities is a great pleasure, week after week. Every time he receives the ball, he looks dangerous. He goes past the brakes again and again with a touch ' Great. He's 4 for 4, and his excellent goal was the same as the goal he scored against Wolves. This guy is just a magician."

A beautiful goal for Manor Solomon, Fulham advanced to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup

. England was shocked, Solomon admitted: "I'm glad it's coming so quickly, so consistently" The

Arab broadcaster did not mention Solomon's name again, the BBC hid his origin

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It was the first time Solomon had started for Fulham since the previous round of the cup, having been the team's super-sub in the last three league games.

Despite Solomon's obvious upgrade to the lineup, there were also commentators who believed he should continue to come off the bench.

"It seems to me that he is the type of player who just comes off the bench better. He doesn't need to start," said the commentator Jeff Sachs in "The Guardian" before the game, and after Solomon's amazing goal he had to eat his hat.

"I'm glad I was wrong about him, and that he scored," said Sachs, "I wish Solomon and Fulham continue to be successful."

The one who continued to compliment Solomon is Alan Shearer.

The legendary striker who interpreted the game on the BBC, chose Solomon as the outstanding player and showered him with compliments.

Shearer was very enthusiastic about the goal scored by Solomon breaking through the wing and with a kick turned into the corner, which is slowly becoming his trademark in England.

"It was an extraordinary move. Leeds knows exactly what Manor Solomon wants to do, but stopping him is a completely different thing," said Shearer, and emphasized: "Scoring goals like that from the bench is one thing, but Solomon's game today sends a message to the coach - he wants And you have to remain part of the team."

"Sky" also noted that "Solomon's performance is definitely a statement for Marco Silva", and "The Sun" emphasized his story, and the difficulties he went through in recent times: "Solomon has been boiling lately, and on the way there he had to get out of hell. He suffered a serious injury and arrived to London from a war zone".

This is how the goal was broadcast live on ESPN


Here the move in question was implemented for the first time

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The move of Solomon's goal was, as mentioned, an exact copy of the goal he scored last weekend in the Premier League.

On social networks, the two videos of the two goals were attached to prove how similar they are, and if you thought that Israel was getting blown out of proportion, wait until you read what the "Guardian" reporter had to write about the move.

"I know it will sound a bit exaggerated, but Solomon does things that we saw Messi do at Barcelona. Messi liked to take the ball, pass a team-mate and use it as a wall to score himself. Now Solomon does something similar at Fulham, week after week. That goal is without a doubt will 'nail' him to the lineup."

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Source: walla

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