Dejan Lovren trolls Mo Salah for ‘accidentally’ sending him topless picture on Whatsapp after goal vs Man Utd



Posted Tuesday, January 21, 2020 by Thesun.co.uk

MO SALAH should have gone to pec-savers - as Dejan Lovren trolled his Liverpool pal for "mistakenly" posting him a topless celebration picture.

The striker turned WhatsApp into WhatsAb when he sent his defensive team-mate a photo of his rippling torso after sealing the 2-0 win over Manchester United.

But it was Salah who got a ribbing after showing off his Sunday best.

He clearly believes a sinewy six-pack leaves him plenty to crow at - but there was still no need to post it to Anfield's Croat.

So Lovren eagerly took the chance to embarrass Salah just as much on social media as Liverpool did United on the pitch with their one-sided Premier League victory.

The centre-back laid bare the duo's WhatsApp exchange - soon attracting more than 325,000 likes.

'MISTAKE!'

Lovren launched the encounter by appearing to congratulate Salah for his role in Liverpool soaring 16 points clear at the top, saying: "Bravo brate (followed by two hearts and a prayer emoji).

The Egyptian's response was to post him a photo of his muscular merriment as he roared with open-armed delight after whipping off his shirt to salute his stoppage-time goal.

Salah added a follow-up message of a crying-with-laughter emoji and two hearts.

To which Lovren  cut to the chase, asking: "What do you want to say?"

Salah, the Golden Boot winner for the past two reasons, replied: "No nothing! I sent it by mistake".

And if he hoped Lovren's next response of two large laughing emojis was the end of the matter, he was sadly wrong.

Because the former Southampton star went for bust by revealing their conversation to his Instagram followers.

For Lovren at least, it topped off the weekend well as he watches from the sidelines, battling to regain his place after injury.

Photos

More»


Attention: Third parties may advertise their products and/or services on our website.7M does not warrant the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of their contents.
Your dealings with such third parties are solely between you and such third parties and we shall not be liable in any way for any loss or damage of any sort incurred by you.