Egyptian pharaoh Mohamed Salah, the star of Liverpool and the Egyptian national team, has become the highest scoring player in Liverpool history in various competitions, especially after he Mohamed Salah scored a goal against Nottingham Forest in the 32nd round of the English Premier League.
With this goal, Salah is Liverpool’s sixth top goalscorer in all competitions with 183 goals, level with Robbie Fowler.
Salah scored 183 goals in 297 of 369 matches.
Salah is close to Steven Gerrard, who has scored 186 goals in 710 games for the Reds in all competitions.
Mohamed Salah is the most capped player in Liverpool history.
Salah increased his Premier League tally by scoring 134 goals for the Reds.
Salah became the first player to score at Anfield in six consecutive games.
Salah scored against Everton, Wolves, Manchester United, Arsenal and Nottingham Forest.
Liverpool beat Nottingham Forest 3-2.
With this win, Liverpool’s balance sheet rises to (50) points, finishing in seventh place.
While the balance of Nottingham Forest stops at (27) points, in nineteenth place.