The Egyptian international and Liverpool FC striker Mohamed Salah has become the highest scorer for the Reds in the English Premier League after last night.
Salah scored two goals during the Liverpool match against Manchester United, which was held on Sunday evening, at Anfield, in the 26th round of the English Premier League.
They ended up with the victory of, 7-0.
With the two goals Salah scored on Sunday, he becomes Liverpool’s record Premier League scorer.
Scoring 129 goals in 205 games, surpassing Robbie Fowler, who scored 128 goals.
The Egyptian Pharaoh scored 11 goals in the English Premier League this season.
With Liverpool’s victory over Manchester United, it has raised the clubs score to 42 points in fifth place, while Manchester United’s balance froze at 49 points in third place.
In statements to beIN Sports after the game Salah said about the achievement that: “It is an indescribable feeling, it is one of the best days of my life. A special day for me.”
He continued, “I was lucky against Manchester United, and I am happy when I score goals in big matches and my team wins.”