Mohamed Salah is looking forward to new records against Liverpool and his guest Crystal Palace.

Egyptian Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, is looking forward to setting new records during his match against his guest Crystal Palace on Monday night in the second round of the English Premier League.

The official English Premier League Twitter account states that Mohamed Salah has contributed 11 goals in his last 7 matches against Crystal Palace in the Premier League alone.

He explained that if Salah scored one or more goals against Crystal Palace during today’s match at Anfield, he would become the second most attended Liverpool player in the history of the Premier League in its current form, which began in 1992.

And if Salah scored one goal in the match, he would have reached his 120th goal, equaling the number of Reds legend Steven Gerrard, and reducing the difference to 8 goals with Robbie Fowler, who scored 128 goals in a Liverpool shirt in ” Premier League”.

Mohamed Salah will also be ranked eighth on Liverpool’s top scorers list as he is currently tied with Michael Owen with 158 goals in various competitions.

Liverpool are aiming for their first Premier League win of the season after a 2-2 draw against Fulham in the first round.

Mohamed Salah saved Liverpool from defeat by equalizing the Reds with Fulham in the 80th minute of the meeting, which brought them together on Saturday, August 6, at Craven Cottage in London.

Mohamed Salah became the first player to score in the first English Premier League games in six consecutive seasons since his move to Liverpool in 2017 from Rome, Italy after scoring against Fulham to add him to the list their victims. which includes Watford, West Ham United and Norwich City (twice) Leeds United.

The goal was Mohamed Salah’s eighth in the opening matches of the English Premier League, equaling the English trio of Alan Shearer, Frank Lampard and Wayne Rooney as the most scored players in the first round of the competition.

Source: agencies

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