Liverpool's top scorer, Mohamed Salah, feels very comfortable in "Anfield", the stronghold of the team, as he knows the way to the opponent's goal window quickly and easily.
With the double he scored in his team's victory over Southampton last Saturday by a clean four, the Egyptian King raised his score to 12 goals in his team's stronghold this season, and he became the most recorded player in the Premier League record in his team's stronghold this season, beating two goals from Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford The injured has 10 goals.
Since joining the Reds in August 2017, Salah has scored 44 goals in "Anfield", becoming one of the top scorers in the team's stronghold in the top five leagues.
If we look at the same period as Salah joining the "Reds", it appears to us that he equaled the number of Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, while he is only seven goals behind Lionel Messi who scored 51 goals.
Salah surpasses Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored 42 goals in the stronghold of the two clubs, Real Madrid and Juventus, who played for them.
Salah seeks to reach Messi's number, and he will continue to practice his hobby by shaking the net, hoping that Messi will pass through a period of lack of success and fasting from scoring.
It is noteworthy that Messi scored 11 goals in this season in 11 games in the Camp Nou, compared to 12 goals in 13 games for Salah, meaning that the Argentine "magician" rate reaches one goal in every match compared to 0.9 for the Egyptian star.