Mo Salah 80th minute strike against West Brom on Saturday night made him the first player to reach 25 goals for LFC at this stage of the season for 102 years, the very first player to reach this milestone for the club was Fred Pagnam in the 1915/16 season.
The winger has appeared 32 times for the Reds so far this season, scoring 25 goals and getting 7 assists and has become a fan favourite at Anfield. The Egyptian forward joined the Reds from Roma in the summer for a club record fee of £44m and has already reached the milestone of scoring 10 goals in the fewest games, equalling Daniel Sturridge record (13 games) and he also scored 20 goals before Christmas, Ian Rush is the only other LFC player to do this. He has also impressed fans with his goals to games ratio averaging 1.28 goals and was recently named African Footballer of the Year, beating his LFC teammate Sadio Mane and Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre Emerick Aubameyang.
There is no doubt that Salah will continue to break more records during his time at LFC and will hopefully be ranked amongst Liverpool top goalscorers and be regarded as a Liverpool FC legend.
Article by Lauren Black
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