Salah beats Eto’o and breaks a new record in the Champions League

The Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, broke a new record with his English team, Liverpool, by scoring a double against Porto, on Tuesday, in the Champions League competition.

Liverpool reached its sixth point from two matches against AC Milan and Porto in the group that includes Atletico Madrid, after defeating the Portuguese club with five goals for a goal that the Egyptian top scorer contributed to with two goals.

With his two goals against Porto, Salah reached 31 goals in the Champions League and became the second most African player to score in the major tournament, surpassing Cameroonian Samuel Eto’o, former Barcelona and Inter Milan player, 13 goals behind Ivorian Didier Drogba, former Marseille and Chelsea striker.

Salah had entered the list of players who scored 100 goals in the English Premier League against Leeds United in mid-September, behind each of the Englishmen Alan Shearer and Harry Kane, Argentine Con Aguero and French Thierry Henry, to score later against Brentford and reach his 100th goal in a Liverpool shirt and become the fastest player In the club’s history, it reached the record in 151 matches and the fourth most Liverpool player to score in the English Premier League after Robbie Fowler, 128, Steven Gerrard, 120, and Michael Owen, 118.


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