A new record awaits Mohamed Salah in the West Ham match today

 Liverpool will meet West Ham United at half past nine in the evening, Saturday, UAE time (7:30 Egypt time), as part of the 28th round of the English Premier League.

West Ham is the team that Mohamed Salah scored the most in his career with Liverpool, with 9 goals (equal to Watford) in 9 matches and 3 goals, although he scored one goal in 4 matches against them at Anfield.

The Egyptian pharaoh Mohamed Salah is close to equaling Liverpool's historical scorer against West Ham, England's John Toshack with 10 goals, while Salah scored 9 goals.

Mohamed Salah is also striving to be the first player in the history of Liverpool and the sixth player in the history of the Premier League to score 20+ goals or more in 4 seasons in the league, after Shearer, Sergio Aguero, Terry Henry, Harry Kane and Ruud Van Nistelrooy.

And Mohamed Salah is one goal away from reaching 20 goals in the league in one season for the 4th time out of 5 seasons (he scored 19 goals in the only season) with Liverpool.

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