The official page of the Liverpool club on Twitter hailed the brilliance of the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah during his team’s match against West Ham in a postponed match from the 18th round of the English Premier League.
The Liverpool page called Salah a title, describing it as a “magician”, and added: A goal, an essay, and a match man award for Super Mohamed Salah.
The “Pharaoh” led the Reds team to win a double without a response, thanks to a first goal scored in the 35th minute from a penalty kick, and another after he made a wonderful pass with his left foot for his teammate Alex Oxlade Chamberlain, who filed the net in the 52nd minute of the match.
Salah entered the history of the club from its widest gates after the goal that he scored against West Ham, to become the historic top scorer (5) with 66 goals, excluding former Liverpool legend Fernando Torres from his fifth position to replace him, according to “Squaka” statistics.
Liverpool’s scorer list was as follows: Robbie Fowler (128), Stephen Gerrard (120), Michael Owen (118), Luis Suarez (69) and Mohamed Salah (66).