The echoes of the global goal scored by Mohamed Salah, against Manchester City, are still continuing, and international newspapers and websites have discussed the player’s journey with Liverpool and what he is doing, the latest of which was the newspaper “Mail Sport”, which monitored the best goal rate for Liverpool strikers throughout history, to find that Mohamed Salah He has the best scoring rate among all the current and former Liverpool players.
Mohamed Salah scored 134 goals with Liverpool in 212 matches in all competitions, at a rate of 63. A goal per match, surpassing Luis Suarez, who is in second place, with an average of 62. A goal per match after he scored 82 goals in 133 matches, while Sadio Mane came in a late position. With 102 goals in 227 games, an average of 45. One goal per game. Salah surpassed Liverpool legend Ian Rush, who played 648 games with Liverpool and scored 346 goals at an average of 53. One goal per game.
The newspaper pointed out that Mohamed Salah, since he signed with Liverpool in 2017, has contributed to 137 goals in the English Premier League for his team, where he scored 101 goals and assisted 36, to surpass Harry Kane, who contributed 110 goals by scoring 88 goals and making 22, and Jimmy Vardy comes in third place with 102 After he scored 82 and assisted 20, then Raheem Sterling came 95 and scored 66 goals and assisted 29.
The report indicated that there were only 4 players who scored more than Mohamed Salah in Europe during this period. They are Bayern Munich Levadoneski (133), Lionel Messi (125), Cristiano Ronaldo (110), and Italian star Ciro Immobile (106).
On the other hand, the Daily Mail, in its headline about Mohamed Salah, asked: “Mo Salah’s numbers are amazing, and that goal against Man City will remain in history… But with Rush, Hunt and other symbols, is he now the greatest striker in Liverpool’s history?” .
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