Mohamed Salah sets new Premier League record


Mohamed salah
Mohamed salah

Egyptian international striker Mohamed Salah remains impressive even when he’s not scoring. the Pharaoh has just established a new one, during the victory of Liverpool against Southampton (4-0), at Anfield. This record is linked to the assist to Diogo Jota, for the second goal of the Reds (32 ‘). Salah has been directly involved in over 150 goals in 171 Premier League games.

Currently at the head of the top scorers and assistants in the English Premier League with 11 goals and 8 assists in 13 games played, Mohamed Salah, assists in Liverpool’s victory over Southampton (4-0), at Anfield, just set a new record. According to the statistics ofOpta Joe, Mo Salah has been directly involved in more than 150 goals in 171 Premier League games (108 goals, 42 assists).

The Egyptian player is listed as the third fastest player involved in 150 goals with the fewest PL matches. Only the former England international Alan Shearer, who made the heyday of Newcastle United, reached 150 goals in fewer games (148) than the Egyptian star from Liverpool, Mohamed Salah. While this season, Mo Salah has been directly involved in 25 goals in all competitions (17 goals, 8 assists) with the Reds.

True poison for the opposing defenses, Mohamed Salah has managed, this season, to beat the record of the Ivorian legend of Chelsea, Didier Drogba (104 goals and 64 assists in 254 games), to become the most prolific African player of all the times, in this elite English championship. His friend in the Liverpool Reds attack, Senegalese Sadio Mané, comes third on the podium with 102 goals and 44 assists in 242 games played.

High quality services which earned Mohamed Salah his nominations for the Ballon d’Or by France Football, the Globe Soccer Awards and the “The Best FIFA” trophy. He was also voted the best player in the English Premier League for the month of October, succeeding Portuguese Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo. But, he was also named PFA Fan Player of the Month for the second time in a row, Best Goal of October and Liverpool Player of the Month.


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