Mohamed Salah Scores 42nd Goal in European Competition for Liverpool: A Record-Tying Performance

Mohamed Salah Continues to Shine for Liverpool


Mohamed Salah continued his outstanding performance for Liverpool after beating hosts LASK of Austria 3-1 on Thursday in the group stage of the Europa League competition.

Salah’s Impact as a Substitute

Although Salah came on as a substitute in yesterday’s match, he managed to make his mark by scoring his team’s third goal in the 88th minute, receiving a special pass from Darwin Nunez in the penalty area, eluding a LASK defender and firing a ground ball that went between the goalkeeper’s legs Austrian team and walked past the window.

Salah’s Goal Record

Mohamed Salah scored in his first Europa League match against Liverpool, according to statistics network Opta. season 16-17 against Astra Giorgio from Romania, which ended with a score of 4-0.

Record-Breaking Goal Scorer

Scoring Contribution

Salah scored his 42nd goal in European competition for Liverpool, the most of its kind scored by any player at an English club, tied with former Arsenal player Thierry Henry.

The goal brought Salah’s total scoring contribution in his last 12 matches to 19 goals in all competitions, with him scoring 6 goals and providing a further 9 assists for his teammates.


Source: Agencies

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