Mohamed Salah, Egyptian football star and highest scorer for English Liverpool, became the 100th player in Liverpool history to score 100 goals with the team in the English Premier League, with the Egyptian Barrow reaching the target in 151 games, followed by Roger Hunt (152 games) and Gordon Hudson (167) Rush (168 games) are coming.
Mohamed Salah scored Liverpool’s second goal against Brentford in the sixth round of the English Premier League on Saturday, ending in a 3-3 draw.
Mohamed Salah became the fourth fastest player to reach the 100th goal in the Premier League by a club (now Shearer 124, Harry Kane 138, Sergio Aguero 147, Mohamed Salah 151, Thierry Henry 160).
King Mohamed Salah has scored against 26 of the 27 clubs he has faced in the Premier League, and Swansea City are the only team not to score against the Egyptian Pharaoh.
Both teams created a gap of entertainment in two venues, scoring three impressive goals and missing many in an open game.
Brentford showed no intimidation in the face of Liverpool, great history, but there was a strong rivalry between the spectators in both areas and they were able to win some time at the end of the match.
Brentford scored first through Ethan Pinnacle in the 27th minute, but Liverpool responded with two goals in the 31st and 54th minutes from Diego Jotta and Mohamed Salah.
Vitaly Geneld equalized for Brentford in the 63rd minute, but Curtis Jones advanced to Liverpool again in the 67th minute, using substitution of the Liverpool defense to level the score in the 82nd minute with substitute Juan Vesa.
Despite the draw, Liverpool led the English Premier League to 14 points, one point ahead of Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United and Everton.
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