Mohamed Salah sets 4 new records with his goal in Liverpool’s match against West Ham

    Mohamed Salah continues to set records: with his goal against West Ham today, the Egyptian pharaoh set a new record in the English Premier League for the Reds.

    Fakhr Al-Arab scored his first goal for Liverpool against West Ham today in a match which was played in the sixth round of the English Premier League, and the match ended in a three-to-one victory for Liverpool.

    The Egyptian Pharaoh has contributed by scoring and assisting in all of Liverpool’s Premier League matches this season. Salah has scored 16 goals in his last 13 matches in all competitions.

    And longer The West Ham team has an equal share of more The difference is that Al Masri scored goals in 13 matches and managed to score 10 goals in the English Premier League.Consider Mohamed Salah is the first player in Premier League history to appear in 12 consecutive Premier League matches twice in his career: 15 matches from August to September 2021 and 12 matches from April to present. .

    Mohamed Salah is fifth on the list of players who have scored or assisted the most goals in the first 6 rounds.

    Ibn Al-Nil is fifth on the list of players who have scored or assisted the most goals in the first 6 rounds with his team in the English Premier League.
    David Beckham takes first place in the Manchester United squad in the 2000/2001 season.
    Thierry Henry takes second place for Arsenal in the 2004/2005 season.
    In third place is Sergio Aguero at Manchester City in the 2019/2020 season.
    And in fourth place, Erling Haaland will move to Manchester City in the 2022/2023 season.

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