Egyptian star Mohamed Salah expressed his joy at breaking the record he had been striving for since his arrival in Liverpool, England, during a match against his guest Manchester United (7-0) on Sunday night.
Mohamed Salah contributed to Liverpool’s historic 7-0 victory over their guest Manchester United in their Premier League matchday 26 meeting, scoring two goals for the Reds in red gate. Red Devils in two minutes (66, 83) at Anfield.
Egypt’s Pharaoh scored their 129th goal in the Reds today, fulfilling their dream of writing history and becoming Liverpool’s historic Premier League goalscorer, beating legend Robbie Fowler’s 128 goal tally. goals.
Salah said in a press statement after the match: “Manchester are a strong team that have shown a good level in recent periods, but today we played to win.”
He added: “All the players were keen to score as many goals as possible and we hope that this victory will boost our morale in the upcoming matches.”
Regarding the historic achievement he achieved today, Salah said: “I can’t describe what happened…it was one of the best days of my life.”
He continued, “I worked hard on this special day and broke the record I’ve been aiming for since I first joined the club.”
He added: “I hope I will always chase records … and I was lucky because I scored a goal in an important match against Manchester United.
The Egyptian star extended his record as Liverpool’s top scorer against Manchester United with 12 goals.
Mohamed Salah also became the second player to score in five consecutive Premier League games against Manchester United, after Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, and the first Liverpool player to score in six consecutive matches in all competitions against the Red Devils.
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