Mohamed Salah scores 100th goal in Premier League
The Egyptian international became the latest player to enter the illustrious Premier League club with 100 goals after playing the first half against Leeds at Elland Road.
Mohamed Salah top class player
Mohamed Salah, 29, who continues to make history through his interactions with the Reds, has another landmark achievement after wowing Klopp’s visitors early on Sunday. It is the latest milestone, shattered by the 29-year-old, who joins the sparse company of further Premier League legends in a triple-figure tally in the English top flight.
Mohamed made it to 99 Premier League goals before the international break, playing a penalty kick in a vicious Red draw against his former club Chelsea. It took Mohamed Salah’s little time to nurture a century of Premier League finishes for the Reds, finding the back of the net with a well-set finish in the 20th minute. From the pressure from the corner, Salah was at close range inside the penalty area to meet Alexander-Arnold’s low cross from the right flank, flicking him past the Meslier.
After the match ended with a 3-0 win for his team, Jurgen Klopp said Mo’s record was crazy. Mohamed Salah is still hungry and Jurgen Klopp doesn’t know how many records he can break. Since joining them, Salah has been the perfect player – a top class player.
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After scoring an early shot against White Bielsa’s, the striker has also risen to the group of excellent players, becoming the fifth fastest to achieve such a score in Premier League history. The feat succeeded in fewer games only for former Blackburn and Newcastle legend Alan Shearer, Kane from Tottenham, ex-Man City Aguero striker and Arsenal hero Thierry Henry. Mohamed Salah becomes the 30th player to hit the magic number – although he still has to double his way to get to Rooney, while others to hit the mark include Lukaku from Chelsea and Vardy from Leicester.