The Egyptian footballer was involved in 100 scores of the Reds in the English competition after only 104 games played.
Mohamed Salah does not want to end his season only with the collective title of the Premier League with LiverpoolHe also wants to do it individually, being the tournament’s top scorer.
For this, his double against Brighton and Hove Albion at Falmer Stadium served him too well, but it was not the only thing. Considering only the English league, the Egyptian was involved in 100 Reds touchdowns, with 73 goals and 27 assists, in 104 games played.
In Anfield’s history, only three footballers reached that mark: Steven Gerrard in 212 games, Robbie Fowler after 158 games and Michael Own after 148 games.
100 – Mo Salah has reached 100 goal involvements for @LFC in the @premierleague (73 goals, 27 assists in 104 apps), becoming just the fourth player to do so for the Reds after Steven Gerrard (212), Robbie Fowler (158) and Michael Own (148). Century. pic.twitter.com/MmXjvn3l8F
– OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) July 8, 2020
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