Mohamed Salah continues to make history in the Premier League

Mohamed Salah continues to make history in the Premier League after Liverpool’s goal against Aston Villa

The Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, set many records after scoring the goal of the Reds’ 1-0 victory over Aston Villa.

This was during the meeting that brought the two teams together this evening, Saturday, at “Anfield”, as part of the 16th round of the English Premier League.

Opta, a global network specialized in statistics and records, stated:

That Mohamed Salah scored goals from the last 15 penalty kicks he received in the English Premier League, and is the second player to score this number in a row in the tournament, after Mathieu Le Tissier (23 in a row between January 1994 and April 2000).

Mohamed Salah also scored or assisted in 14 consecutive matches in the English Premier League, just one time short of the record set by Jamie Vardy (15 matches) between August and December 2015.

Mohamed Salah participated in 22 matches in all competitions this season with Liverpool, including 16 matches in the English Premier League and 6 matches in the Champions League, and he managed to score the net or create goals in 20 matches, including 91%.

Mohamed Salah got the highest rating among Liverpool and Aston Villa players in tonight’s match, according to the global “Ho Score” website, with the Egyptian star getting 8, outperforming all the players who participated in the meeting.

The only goal in the match came through our Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, from a penalty kick in the 67th minute, which he shot brilliantly into the goal.

Mohamed Salah succeeded in strengthening the top scorer in the English Premier League for the current season, with 14 goals, 5 goals behind his closest competitor, Jimmy Vardy, Leicester City player.

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