Mohamed Salah sets new records at Liverpool
Mohamed Salah scored two of Liverpool’s three goals in the match against Brighton and Hove Albion at dawn earlier this morning. Along with these goals, Egyptian players managed to record a brand-new record.
As is known, Liverpool did play 34th Matchday of Premier League earlier this morning. Faced with Brighton and Hove Albion, Jurgen Klopp’s troops managed to win with a landslide score of 3-1.
In the match, Mohamed Salah became the star of Liverpool’s victory by buying up two goals and one assist. While the opposing team is only able to score one goal back.
This victory makes Liverpool add their collection points at the top of the standings to 92 points. Meanwhile, Brighton and Hove Albion are still stuck in 15th place by only collecting 36 points.
As for Mohamed Salah himself, two goals plus one assist in the match made him directly involved in the 100 goals scored by Liverpool in the Premier League. The exact details, Salah recorded 73 goals and 27 Assists in between.
With this massive record cut, the Egyptian National Team Player managed to follow in the footsteps of three other Liverpool legends who had already recorded these achievements, namely Steven Gerrard, Robbie Fowler, and Michael Owen.
But what makes Mohamed Salah look superior to the three legends is the fact that the ex-Chelsea only needs 104 appearances to record it.
Another record set by Liverpool from the win over Brighton is that they are the fastest team in the Premier League to record 30 wins in one season.
Meanwhile, on the one hand, Liverpool also has the opportunity to reach another extraordinary record this season in the Premier League. With 92 points, they are now only eight points adrift to equal the record 100 points, or record for most league premiere points.
The record is still held by Manchester City when it won the 2017/18 season ago. With four matches remaining, Jurgen Klopp’s men have a great chance to match and even surpass the 100-point record.
As for the four remaining matches, the Reds will be faced with Burnley, Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle United.