The Egyptian striker enhances his legend at Liverpool
Mohamed salah reached 100 goals with Liverpool in the tie at two against him Everton in the Mearseyside derby. In this way, the Egyptian reached a hundred goals with the English team, the same one he reached for the 2017-18 campaign.
With 100 goals in 159 appearances for the Reds, the Egyptian became the 17th footballer of the ‘team of 100’ in club history, the first since Steven Gerrard, who entered the exclusive list in 2008.
In addition, he would be the third player who spent the least time to achieve the feat: Roger Hunt (144 games) and Jack Parkinson (153) are ahead.
Hired from Roma in 2017, the 28-year-old forward immediately became a benchmark and was recognized as the best player in the league. Premier League in the 2017-18 campaign and the third best in the world by FIFA in the same season.
On the other hand, he was crowned twice in a row as the top scorer of the English championship in the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons. He was a key player in the Premier League conquests and Champions League, forming a powerful attack trident with Roberto Firmino Y Sadio Mané.
By the way, speaking of his teammates, Mané is also close to the centenary, as he reached 85 goals with the score this Saturday. The African has 175 games for the club he defends since mid-2016. For his part, Roberto Firmino, arrived a year earlier and has scored 78 goals in 249 games.