How Mohamed Salah is Breaking Every Premier League Record
Mohamed Salah of Liverpool has continued to show his dominance in the English Premier League. The prolific Egyptian forward who signed for Liverpool in 2017 has overtaken formal Arsenal forward Thiery Henry as the best forward in the Premier League history.
Mohamed Salah who is currently the highest goal scorer in the 2020/2021 Premier League Season shattered Thiery Henry Premier League Statistics. According to the latest English Premier League statistics, Salah has an average of 0.97 expected goals/assists per game, making it the highest in Premier League history, beating Henry who had 0.96 xG/xA per 90.
Mohamed Salah has also broken Christian Ronaldo’s total goal record for Manchester United in less game.
Salah has been a record-breaking sphere in the English top-flight league. Last 2-weeks ago, the Eygptian surpassed Steven Gerrard as Liverpool’s all-time top goalscorer in the Champions League, with the strike against Midtjylland. Steven Gerrard scored 21 goals for Liverpool in 73 champions league outings, while salah with much fewer games has scored more. Salah has scored 22 goals for Liverpool in just 39 champions league appearances
On 17 October 2020, Mohamed Salah scored his 100th goal for Liverpool in all competitions from 159th games in a 2–2 away draw against Everton. Salah became the first player since Steven Gerrard in 2008 to reach the milestone, and the third fastest in Liverpool FC history after Roger Hunt (100 goals in 144 games appearance ), and Jack Parkinson (100 goals in 153 games appearance).
However, Mohamed Salah is the fastest player to score 100 goals for Liverpool while playing purely in England’s top flight, given that some of Hunt and Parkinson’s goals came in the Football League Second Division.
In March 2020, Mohamed Salah Also broke the Liverpool all-time Liverpool scoring record with his goal against Bournemouth. Mohamed Salah’s goal against Bournemouth was his 70th in the Premier League in just 100 games.
Mohamed Salah Honours:
2017 African Footballer of the Year, 2018 African Footballer of the Year, 2018 PFA Player of the Year, 2018 Football Writers’ Footballer of the Year, 2018 Premier League Player of the Year, 2018 Premier League Golden Boot, 2019 Premier League Golden Boot, Champions League 2019 Winner, European Super Cup 2019, FIFA Club World Cup 2019 Winner, Premier League 2019/20 Winner.