Scorer against Bournemouth (3-1) on the second day of the English championship, Mohamed Salah enters a little more in the history of Liverpool in the Premier League.
Helpless in front of goal on the first day, Mohamed Salah finds the net. The Egyptian striker scored one of three goals in Liverpool’s 3-1 win over Bournemouth on Matchday 2. After missing a penalty, the Pharaoh quickly made up for it by scoring in the same action. A valuable achievement for the Reds winger who opens his counter for the season.
But even more, the 31-year-old enters a little more into the history of the Mersey club with his goal. The Egyptian indeed becomes the fifth top scorer in Liverpool history, surpassing legend Steven Gerrard. Salah now has 187 goals for Liverpool.
The Pharaohs captain still has some way to go to equal Billy Liddell, who is Liverpool’s fourth top scorer with 241 goals, while the gold medal held by Ian Rush (346 goals) seems a long way off.