Hardly. I, in fact, said I was over the moon. You are capable of reading aren't you?
So did Harry Enfield's Scousers. They were comical as well. But there's was intentional.
Seems like insults are in full flow again
So says the one who uses "superfan" and "calling out bullshit" in their posts on a regular basis. Practice what you preach eh?
along with the twisting of words for "complementing players".
So pointing out that Mo has more Premier League goals than Rush is not complementing Mo. Good one.
Pointless stat will be pointless.
All stats are pointless. Pretty much like this entire post that I'm constructing or anything you've contributed to this thread. But just because they're pointless doesn't make them any less fact.
Again, I would encourage yourself to practice what you preach.
while being on a high horse
No high horse here. Maybe a crazy horse later on if I find a good pointless stat about him. (That's in reference to Emlyn Hughes if you're unsure. He used to captain Liverpool.)
just to defend your "stat"
I'm not defending the "stat" as such. I'm pointing out people's inability to read or comprehend the "stat". The actual "stat" doesn't need defending because the "stat" is fact. Mo Salah has scored more Premier League goals than Ian Rush for Liverpool Football Club. It's also a fact that Ian Rush has scored more goals for Liverpool Football Club than other any player, which is why I made reference to Mo's achievement in the first place because anybody who has a better goalscoring "stat" than Rushie in any shape or form deserves recognition such is Rushie's record. But god forbid we compliment our players eh?
And there we go again. I still don't see why that is considered an insult. It's something that gets banded around this forum quite a bit but I've never seen how it's meant to be insulting. I guess I'm just a better fan - or maybe it means I'm a worse fan because I praise our players. How very dare I?
But moving from this whole pathetic affair, here's another pointless stat for you all;
Alisson has played as many Liverpool games Julian Dicks, Alberto Aquilani, Robbie Keane and Mario Balotelli. What lovely company for our Brazilian keeper.