By Ahmad Essam
Sunday, September 17, 2023 03:57 PM
He continues Mohammed Salah The Liverpool star has shown his creativity in the English Premier League after surpassing former Leicester and Manchester City star Riyad Mahrez to become the African player with the most goals in the Premier League in a shorter period than the Moroccan star. Spent in the English Premier League.
Mohamed Salah assisted two goals in Liverpool’s 3-1 win over Wolverhampton yesterday to reach his 63rd assist in the Premier League, not counting the third as the goal was mistakenly awarded to a Wolves player and not Harvey Elliott. A ball shooter made by an Egyptian king.
Salah is now Liverpool’s top scorer in the league with 139 goals and 62 assists in 201 appearances. , even if Salah reaches this figure. In far fewer matches than the retired Reds legend.
Salah’s contributions with Liverpool
After 6 seasons with Liverpool in which he managed to break all the goalscoring records, Salah embarks on a new challenge this season as a goalscorer with the Reds. For the first time in his career with Liverpool, Pharaoh created more. He has 4 assists and 2 goals in 5 matches in the English Premier League so far.
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp spoke of the Egyptian star’s development, saying, “He’s still scoring goals every season and now he’s developing his style of play.”.“
Klopp added, “He’s improving, he’s improved his style of play, he’s creating a lot of goals now and I think he’s probably our most creative player..“
The German coach insisted that “it is not easy to replace Mohamed Salah. It will be difficult to do it again at Liverpool.”
Mohamed Salah has assisted in 5 consecutive matches away from Anfield
As for the evolution of Salah’s performance, these numbers demonstrate the Liverpool star’s success as part of a massive development from goal scorer to goal maker, and he has set an industry record 5 consecutive appearances away from his teammates. Anfield, after completing the most in the club’s history… Last season, he assisted 3 goals against Leicester City, then against Southampton, this season, against Chelsea and Newcastle, and finally two assists against Wolverhampton.
His outstanding development and influence aside, Mohamed Salah is one of the Reds’ most consistent and consistent players in the English Premier League, as the fewest matches he played in a season with Liverpool was 48, and in five of his six full seasons, he played more than 50 matches.