Salah’s Historic Achievement as an Egyptian King Celebrated by Liverpool

    Liverpool club celebrated Egypt’s Mohammed Salah’s victory after scoring the Reds’ goal in a 1-0 win over Fulham on Wednesday in the rescheduled English Premier League matchday 28 match.

    The Liverpool Club wrote via their official Twitter account: “Mohamed Salah has scored in 8 games in a row at (our stadium) Anfield…the third player in our team’s history to reach that number.”

    Liverpool ended their post by calling Salah the “King of Egypt”.

    For its part, Opta, a global football statistics and numbers network, said: “Mohamed Salah has scored in each of his last eight home matches in all competitions (9 goals) and is the longest hitting streak for a Reds player in Anfield, starting with Luis Suarez. In January 2014 (also scored in 8 matches in a row).

    As for the Squawka network, it has confirmed Salah is third this season as the most goalscoring player in the English Premier League (scoring and assisting), with 25 goals behind Tottenham star Harry Kane (28). and Manchester City’s top scorer, Erling Haaland (41).

    Source: Opta + Skvoka

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