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Mohamed Salah has confirmed that three points against Brentford is all that matters to him in a match that saw the Egyptian pharaoh achieve many outstanding personal achievements with Liverpool.

Salah scored the goal of Liverpool’s 1-0 victory over his guest Brentford yesterday, Saturday, in the 35th round of the English Premier League, giving the Reds three valuable points in the fight for fourth place, giving the right to Champions League.

And the Liverpool website stated that the goal scored by Salah against Brentford was the 100th goal of the Egyptian pharaoh at Anfield.

The numbers didn’t stop there, but Salah became the first player in Liverpool history to score in 9 consecutive games at Anfield, in addition to reaching his 30th goal in all competitions this season.

And of these records, Salah spoke after the match against Brentford in statements to the Sky Sports network: “We need to continue to achieve victories, so this was our main task today (yesterday). I am happy that we did it, and nothing is more important than three points. Everyone is happy in the dressing room, everything is great, we just have to keep going.”

On what it means to him to score 100 goals at Anfield, Salah commented: “It means a lot to me. I have already said that I feel at home here, I am happy. All we need is to finish the season as best as possible.” The more goals I score, the more wins.” The team is the most important thing.”

After reaching 30 goals this season for the fourth time in his Liverpool career and scoring in nine consecutive games at Anfield, Salah said: “That’s something I’m proud of. I work hard and everyone knows and sees it. I’m happy to continue breaking records and scoring goals.”

With the victory over Brentford, Liverpool continued their awakening in the closing meters of the season with a sixth successive win to lift their tally to 62 points and finish fifth.

And the Reds are just one point behind rivals Manchester United in fourth place, last places to qualify for next season’s Champions League, noting that United have two rescheduled fixtures in their arsenal.


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