Mohamed Salah scores 3 new numbers .. and crowns the top scorer in Liverpool

Egyptian football star and top scorer for the English Liverpool team, Mohamed Salah, has become the fastest player in the history of Liverpool to score 100 goals with the team in the English Premier League, as the Egyptian pharaoh reached this number through 151 games, and behind him comes Roger Hunt (152 games) and then Gordon Hudson (167 games). and Ian Rush (168 games).

Mohamed Salah scored Liverpool's second goal against Brentford during the match that ended in a 3-3 draw today, Saturday, in the sixth round of the English Premier League.

Mohamed Salah also became the fourth fastest player to reach the 100th goal in the Premier League with one club (now Shearer 124 matches, Harry Kane 138 matches, Sergio Aguero 147 matches, Mohamed Salah 151 matches, Thierry Henry 160 matches).

King Mohamed Salah also scored against 26 of the 27 clubs he faced in the Premier League, and Swansea City is the only team that the Egyptian pharaoh has not scored against.

The two teams produced a break of entertaining performances throughout the two halves, scoring three impressive goals and missing a number of others in an open match.

Brentford did not show any intimidation in the face of Liverpool, the great history, but was a strong match for the visitors throughout the two halves and could win some periods at the end of the match.

Brentford was the first to score through Ethan Pinnock in the 27th minute, but Liverpool responded with two goals scored by Diego Jota and Mohamed Salah in the 31st and 54th minutes.

Vitaly Janelt grabbed the equalizer for Brentford in the 63rd minute, but Curtis Jones again advanced to Liverpool in the 67th minute, before substitute Yuan Wesa grabbed the equalizer for the hosts in the 82nd minute, taking advantage of the confusion of the Liverpool defense.

Despite falling into the trap of a tie, Liverpool led the English Premier League, raising its score to 14 points, one point ahead of Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United and Everton.

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