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Mohamed Salah Makes History as Liverpool’s All-Time Leading Scorer


The Egyptian star commented: Mohamed SalahLiverpool player for his brilliance in the Reds’ game against Manchester United, today in the 26th round of the English Premier League.

The Egyptian star managed to score two goals and did the same in Liverpool’s 7-0 win over United at Anfield.

Thanks to this, Liverpool managed to raise their score to 42 points and take fifth place in the Premier League table.

Mohamed Salah, historical goalscorer for Liverpool in the English Premier League.

Mohamed Salah

Salah became Liverpool’s historic scorer in the English Premier League with 129 goals.

With this, Salah was able to surpass Robbie Fowler’s record of 128 goals in the Premier League.

He also became the first player in Liverpool history to score in 5 consecutive games against Manchester United.

Mohamed Salah’s hot commentary on being Liverpool’s top scorer in league history

Liverpool vs Manchester United

After the meeting, the Egyptian star spoke to the Sky Sport network, saying: “A wonderful feeling and overwhelming joy. I will celebrate with my family at home, drink chamomile, then go to bed and rest.”

He continued: “Honestly, it’s a special feeling to be Liverpool’s historic scorer in the Premier League. I didn’t think about it when I came here, but after the first season I decided to chase this number.

And he continued: “Winning with such a result is something special, but at the same time, you should not be too confident about the next match.”

And he added: “We have to be humble and go to the next match to win it because we are not in the position we want to be, but I hope this win will give us a good boost for what lies ahead.”

He continued by saying, “Today I scored with my right foot, I relied on my instinct to score.”

He continued: “I hope this victory will give us momentum. We are in fifth place, three points behind Tottenham and I think we have a rescheduled match, but we have to enjoy what we are doing, and that’s what we’ve been showing in recent weeks.”

He added: “My favorite Premier League goal? I say it was the last goal because it was the goal where I broke the record.”

And he concluded: “I’m happy for Bobby Firmino that he scored. I wanted him and Jota to score after they came out.”


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