The Liverpool team, led by its Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, will be the guest of Manchester City tomorrow, Saturday, at the start of the matches of the twenty-ninth round of the English Premier League.
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Mohamed Salah is looking to set new records with Liverpool after becoming the Reds’ historic scorer in the English Premier League.
Mohamed Salah reached his No. 129 goal in the Reds, out of Manchester United, to become the team’s historic Premier League goalscorer from the start of the season (1991-1992), overtaking former English striker Robbie. Fowler, who scored 128 goals.
And if the Egyptian star manages to score against Manchester City, he will become Liverpool’s historic goalscorer away from home in the English Premier League as he is now equal to former English striker Michael Owen with 55 goals.
Salah’s last off-field goal in the Premier League dates back to 26 December 2022, when he scored against home team Aston Villa (3-1) on Matchday 17 of the league.
The Egyptian pharaoh is also aiming to score against Manchester City in 4 consecutive games within the same season, after achieving it in the Charity Shield, the English Premier League and the EPL Cup, to become the first player in Liverpool history to score one. team since the season (1986-1978) when he achieved the legendary Ian Rush against Everton.
During his time at Anfield, Mohamed Salah scored 10 goals against Manchester City, dividing them by one to tie with Gordon Hodgson (11) and Sir Kenny Dalgish (11), with Ian Rush leading list with 15 goals.
Mohamed Salah continues his journey to the top of Liverpool’s top scorers as he is currently ranked seventh on the Reds’ all-time scoring list in all competitions:
The following is a list of Liverpool’s all-time top goalscorers:
1- Jan Rush – 346 goals
2- Roger Hunt – 285 goals
3- Gordon Hudson – 241 goals
4- Billy Liddell – 228 goals
5- Steven Gerrard – 186 goals
6- Robbie Fowler – 183 goals
7- Mohamed Salah – 178 goals.
Mohamed Salah, 30, has made 39 appearances for Liverpool this season, scoring 22 goals and providing 11 assists.
Manchester City, defending champions, are second in the Premier League standings with 61 points (27 games), a full 8 points behind leaders Arsenal.
Liverpool are sixth in the league table with 42 points, seven points separating them from the Champions League qualification next season.