Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah tries to hold off Manchester United’s players during their English Premier League soccer match at Anfield in Liverpool, England, on Sunday. AP
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The Egyptian Mohamed Salah achieved new heights, in addition to his distinguished record with Liverpool, after scoring the 129th goal in his career with the team in the English Premier League, to become the club’s historic scorer, surpassing Robbie Fowler.
Mohamed Salah scored his 129th goal against Manchester United on Sunday, when he scored Liverpool’s fourth and sixth goals in the Northwest Derby match, which was hosted by Anfield on Sunday.
Salah achieved the feat in his 205th domestic match with the Liverpool shirt, to add a new title to his records, after he won the Golden Boot for the league’s top scorer 3 times and player of the season once.
Yesterday, Mohamed Salah spoke about the importance of the title of “historic scorer for Liverpool”, saying that he considers it his most important individual goal, due to his realization of the value of this achievement for the fans, and his great happiness at reaching him during 6 seasons, and his wish to score against Manchester United, to give the event distinction.