Mohamed Salah’s “chest” muscles raise controversy among his followers – (photos)

London – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi”: images of the star Mohamed Salah during his team’s match between Liverpool and their host Crystal Palace in the English Premier League sparked controversy among observers. Salah took off his shirt after scoring the Reds’ second goal against his opponent, to show his pectoral muscles in surprising way in the images taken by the photographer of Agence France-Presse, Paul Ellis. The images received many admired comments from thousands of Liverpool fans, on social media, who praised the player’s physical strength and the role of his muscles in protecting him from fractures during match accidents. The comments were not without spirit, as the muscle received some analogies, such as bird wings, fish gills, and the fingers of someone hugging it from behind. In a moment in which some have put in doubt the authenticity of the photo and claimed that it was edited through the “Photoshop” program, the photo is real and was taken at the “Anfield” stadium. However, the muscle that appears in the image is scientifically known as Serratus anterior muscle Or the “anterior serratus muscle”, which connects the shoulder bones to the upper eight ribs. The muscle is also known among athletes as the “boxer muscle” because it is responsible for shoulder extension in forward around the rib cage when one person hits another. In order for the muscle to achieve this degree of clarity, as in Salah’s case, it needs strenuous exercises for the shoulder, chest, and abdomen, which include lifting weights over the head with lifting the arms. This man makes me feel very unhealthy. I don’t even have know such muscles exist #LFC #Salah pic.twitter.com / clWskoxthJ – Jay Seth (@SND_MND) September 19, 2021

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