Mohamed Salah scores and celebrates Liverpool’s goal in Brentford
There is no doubt that what the Egyptian international Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool star, offers with his team in the English Premier League proves day after day that he is among the best players in the tournament in the new millennium.
In his fifth season with Liverpool, Salah imposed himself on the headlines early with his brilliance with Liverpool by scoring 6 goals this season, including 5 in the English Premier League.
Salah’s numbers show his offensive superiority over his peers in most of the English Premier League teams.
FilGoal.com reviews Salah’s numbers compared to the best strikers in the English Premier League.
More than one record so far
1- Mohamed Salah (5 goals)
1- Michael Antonio (5 goals)
1- Jamie Vardy (5 goals)
4- Bruno Fernandes (4 goals)
4- Ismaila Sarr (4 goals)
More than making goals
1- Paul Pogba (7 goals)
2- Gabriel Jesus (3 goals)
2- Michael Antonio (3 goals)
2- Mateo Kovacic (3 goals)
2- Abdellay Doukuri (3 goals)
2- Alain Saint-Maximan (3 goals)
7- Mohamed Salah (two goals)
More than a penalty kick
1- Dominic Calvert-Lewin (two goals)
2- Mohamed Salah (goal)
2- Wilfried Zaha (Objective)
More than a shot on goal
1- Mohamed Salah (15 shots)
2- Ismaila Sarr (11 shots)
2- Michael Antonio (11 shots)
4- Jamie Vardy (9 shots)
More hits in general
1- Mohamed Salah (25 shots)
1- Sadio Mane (25 shots)
1- Michael Antonio (25 shots)
4- Bruno Fernandez (23 shots)
Most posts in the English Premier League
The Egyptian national team star is among 116 players who have participated in all 5 matches so far.
Most Premier League appearances (minutes)
1- Salah is among 46 players who participated in the entire minutes of their teams’ matches in the 6 rounds (540 minutes).
Salah is spending his fifth season with Liverpool, who joined him from Roma for 42 million euros.
In the 210 matches he participated in with Liverpool, Salah scored 131 goals and sent 49 assists.
He won four titles with the team, the 2019 European Champions League, the European Super Cup and the Club World Cup in the same year, then the English Premier League 2019-2020 season.