Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp described Egyptian star Mohamed Salah as a key player in the press conference following the seventh round match between Liverpool and Manchester City of the English Premier League, which ended in a 2-2 draw, in which Egyptian international Mohamed Salah scored a world goal.
Klopp praised Mohamed Salah, saying: “Only great players score goals like this, people will talk about this goal for days.”
While the Egyptian international declined to talk about his global goal when he spoke to media at the end of his team’s match with Manchester City, insisting that he will talk about the goal after seeing it later.
Mohamed Salah scored Liverpool’s second goal in the 76th minute of the game, after displaying superb technical skill in dodging a number of players in the opposing team.
In the 2017/18 season, Mohamed Salah scored 7 games in a row, which the Egyptian player managed to achieve today after his goal against Manchester City.
According to Opta’s global network, which specializes in player numbers and statistics, Mohamed Salah has scored (8) and assisted (3) in eight out of nine games in all competitions this season, and has had a direct hand in the game so far. number of goals in 2021-22 more than any player in the Premier League.
Mohamed Salah has now scored in each of his last seven games with Liverpool in all competitions, equaling the longest run of goals with the Reds (the last time scoring in April 2018).
And Mohamed Salah is one goal away from equaling Ivorian Didier Drogba, the former Chelsea star, who is Africa’s top scorer in the Premier League.
Mohamed Salah has so far scored 103 goals in the English Premier League (101 with Liverpool and two goals with Chelsea).
Ivorian Didier Drogba tops the list with 104 goals, followed by:
2- Egyptian Mohamed Salah: 103 goals
3- Senegalese Sadio Mane: 99 goals
4- Togolese Emmanuel Adebayor: 97 goals
5- Nigerian Yakubu Igebeni: 95 goals
6- Algerian Riyadh Mahrez: 67 goals
7. Gabonese Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: 66 goals
8- Ivorian Yaya Toure: 62 goals
9- Nigerian Nwankwo Kano: 54 goals
10- Nigerian Eva Ikoko: 53 goals
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