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TEN (10) Records Mohamed Salah Has Broken Since Joining Liverpool

 

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The Liverpool Player and Egypt international Mohamed Salah turned 30 on June 15th, and we’ve compiled a list of the 10 records he’s set since joining Liverpool.

 

10. While signing the attacker from AS Roma in 2017, Liverpool spent a then-record £43.9 million, setting a new club record for a transfer deal. Naby Keita, Alisson,

 

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and especially Virgil Van Dijk have subsequently surpassed the Egyptian pharaoh to become the most expensive players in the world.

 

The other records show that Liverpool is worth the price.

9. During his time with Liverpool, Salah has also set several records across the continent of Africa.

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He became the first player to ever win the African Footballer of the Year award twice while playing for Liverpool when he did it in 2018.

 

El Hadji Diouf, a former member of the Reds, won the award twice, one while playing for Racing Club de Lens, whereas Sadio Mane, also a former member of the Reds, has only won it once.

 

8. Salah became the first Egyptian player to win either the FWA Footballer of the Year or the PFA Player of the Year award in the 2017–18 season.

 

7. This season, Salah repeated his feat of winning both the FWA and PFA awards, making him the first African player to do so.

 

The only African player to win the PFA award before Riyad Mahrez in 2015-16 was Mohamed Salah.

 

6. Salah had a remarkable first season with Liverpool, 2017-18, establishing himself as a top-tier attacker.

 

During that season, Salah scored 32 goals in the Premier League, which was the most goals ever scored by a player in a Premier League season.

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Salah’s season was more impressive than the previous three bests, which were accomplished by Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Alan Shearer, who all scored 31 goals.

 

5. He scored for Liverpool that year against 17 of the 19 other teams they faced in the league. No player has ever scored against more teams in a single Premier League season than Ian Wright and Robin van Persie of Arsenal.

 

4. The striker finished the season with a staggering 44 goals scored across all competitions. It was a first for a player making their debut with Liverpool.

 

3. Notably, Salah won the Premier League’s Player of the Month title three times that historic 2017-18 season.

Consider that before this season, no player had ever won the award three times in a single Premier League campaign.

2. Within a short time, he scored 50 goals for the Reds, accomplishing this feat in 69 fewer league games.

 

Salah broke the record formerly held by Fernando Torres, who scored 50 goals for the Reds in 72 matches, making him the fastest player to reach the milestone in the Premier League.

 

 

 

1. In the Premier League, he has scored more goals than any other Egyptian player, including Amr Zaki, Ahmed El Mohamady, and Ramadan Sobhi. Mido, formerly of Tottenham Hotspur, Middlesbrough, and West Ham United, was the Pharaohs’

 

leading scorer in the Premier League with 22 goals before Salah’s arrival. So, it’s no surprise that Salah quickly overtook Mido and became number one.

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