Salah is aiming to wrest the title of Liverpool’s historic goalscorer from Bournemouth.

Liverpool are looking forward to their first English Premier League win this season when they host Bournemouth in the fourth round of the competition on Saturday night.

And Liverpool have scored only two points in the first three rounds of the English Premier League, having achieved two draws and one defeat.

Liverpool are waiting for their first win against Bournemouth, which they won in the last 6 matches that brought them together.

Bournemouth have never achieved a single win at Liverpool Anfield (one draw and 7 losses), and have won one at Liverpool’s expense in their previous 17 matches in all competitions.

Liverpool have only lost one of their last 33 Premier League matches against promoted sides.

Liverpool fear that for the first time since 2012 they will not win a single victory in the first 4 rounds of the Premier League.

He also fears losing two league games in a row for the first time since March 2021, after a 2-1 loss on the last matchday to Manchester United.

Salah claims top scorer title

For his part, Liverpool star Egypt international Mohamed Salah scored 8 goals in the 6 Premier League games he played against Bournemouth.

In total, Salah contributed 29 goals, in 29 matches he started in the starting lineup against newly emerging teams in the English Premier League (record 18 – scoring 11).

The Egyptian pharaoh needs to score one goal in Bournemouth to overtake Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard as the Reds’ historic scorers in the English Premier League, with 120 goals each and they are second overall. behind Robbie Fowler (128 goals).

Source: agencies

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