Salah in history

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Author of a double in Liverpool’s 7-0 against Manchester United, Mohamed Salah improved his statistics a little more with the Reds.

At 30, and while he is under contract at Liverpool until 2025, Mohammad Salah still has time to enter a little more into the history of liverpool. For now, he can boast of being the top scorer in the history of the Reds in the Premier League (the English championship created in 1992).

The Egyptian left-hander scored twice as did Cody Gakpo and Darwin Nunez in the historic 7-0 inflicted on Manchester United on Sunday at Anfield. With 129 PL goals, he now leads Robbie Fowler. A hell of a performance.

The Pharaoh, who arrived in 2017, has 178 achievements in all competitions. He is the 7th top scorer in LFC history and still has to pile up the goals to approach the record holders. Legend Ian Rush finished with 346 goals and Roger Hunt with 285!

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