Former Liverpool and England star Robbie Fowler has said Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the current Reds star, should become an absolute Liverpool legend by continuing his record-breaking hobby.
And Mohamed Salah came out with four outstanding numbers in his Liverpool team’s 1-0 win against their guest Brentford in a match that brought them together last Saturday in the 35th round of the English Premier League.
Egypt’s Pharaoh scored the Reds’ only winning goal early in the 13th minute after fellow Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk gave him a header on a platter of gold.
Salah became the first player in Liverpool history to score in nine consecutive matches at his home ground, Anfield, according to statistics network Opta.
The network added that Liverpool’s goal against Brentford is the 100th anniversary of the Egyptian Pharaoh at Anfield, the stronghold of the Reds.
100 – Mohamed Salah became the first player in the game @LFK history to score in nine consecutive home matches in all competitions, and his first goal against Brentford was his 100th for the Reds at Anfield. save up. #LIVBRE
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) May 6, 2023
As for the Squaka statistics network, it showed that Salah has raised his tally to 30 goals in all competitions this season, the fourth time in six seasons with Liverpool.
Al-Masri also equaled in numbers Steven Gerrard, the former Liverpool captain who was fifth on Liverpool’s all-time goalscoring list with 186 goals in 302 appearances in addition to 74 assists.
And Mohamed Salah has become one of the legends of Liverpool in terms of the number of goals he has scored, according to what Fowler said in statements he made to the Premier League website, and he jokingly said: “Honestly, I think that every week that passes, Mohamed Salah makes everyone look bad.”
He added: “Mohamed Salah has an exceptional track record in the English Premier League. I don’t think anyone could have imagined how many goals he has scored and how many great performances he has made and will show in his career.”
Fowler continued: “He has become an absolute phenomenon for Liverpool. He is the epitome of art and a great teammate. He says and does everything right. What else can I say? He was an exceptional signing for Liverpool. considering everything he has achieved with his team: “I think he should become an absolute Liverpool legend.
While some say this season is not a brilliant one for Mo Salah, he managed to score 30 goals for the third consecutive season and fourth time in six years at Liverpool, so how can this be a bad season?
Notably, 30-year-old Mohamed Salah is fourth in the Premier League’s all-time leading scorers with 19 goals so far, one goal behind third-placed English striker Evan Toney of Brentford. .
While Norwegian star Erling Haaland, Manchester City striker, is top scorer with 35 goals, followed by English star Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur striker with 26 goals.