Egyptian pharaoh Mohamed Salah achieved a historic achievement at Anfield with the Liverpool team during the current match against Brentford in the eleventh round of the English Premier League.
Pharaoh Salah became the first player in Liverpool history to score in six consecutive matches at Anfield after scoring against Brentford today.
Mohamed Salah leads Liverpool against Brentford
Egyptian Mo Salah scored a goal for Liverpool against Brentford in the 12th round match of the English Premier League tournament.
Salah’s goal came after a pass from Darwin Nunez in the 39th minute of the match. We make the score 1-0 in favor of the Reds.
Photo: Salah, solo trophy hunter
Remarkably, star Mohamed Salah managed to scoop up two awards last Friday when he was named the best player in the English Premier League and his club for the month of October.
Mohamed Salah won the Premier League’s best player award for the fifth time in his tournament career and the first time since 2021. He also managed to win the best player award in Liverpool for the second month in a row.