Egyptian star Mohamed Salah set a new record in his side’s 2-2 win against Fulham in the first round of the English Premier League today, Saturday.
Mohamed Salah equalized for the Reds in the 80th minute of the meeting, which took place at Craven Cottage in London, which saved him from defeat.
Mohamed Salah became the first player to score in the Premier League opening games after scoring against Fulham, allowing him to be included in his list of victims, which includes Watford, West Ham United, Norwich City ( twice) and 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.
The Egyptian star also became Liverpool’s third-highest scorer in the English Premier League with 119 goals, overtaking legend Michael Owen’s 118 goals, while Egyptian Pharaoh reduced the difference between him and legend Steven Gerrard to one goal. , who is in second place, and only 9 goals separate him from the leader of the list. Top scorer Robbie Fowler.
Salah also became Liverpool’s third-highest goalscorer in the English Premier League with 119 goals, surpassing legend Michael Owen’s 118 goals, while Pharaoh of Egypt is just one goal away from legend Steven Gerrard who is second and only 9 goals from Robbie. Fowler, top scorer.