Liverpool will be visiting City in the 32nd round of the English Premier League after ensuring that the competition title is won 7 rounds before the end of the season.
If Salah succeeds in scoring a goal or making a goal against City, he will raise his balance from the goals he contributed to 100 goals in the league with Liverpool.
The Egyptian international scored 73 goals and scored 26 with 99 goals in 114 Premier League matches.
One player in the history of the Premier League has contributed to 100 goals (scoring and making) in fewer matches, and is Alan Shearer, the former Blackburn and Newcastle United player in 100 games.
Salah played 9 games against Manchester City, he won 4 and lost like her, tied in one.
The former Arab Contractors player shook City 4 times and scored two goals.
Salah defends the Golden Boot award for the English Premier League goal he has achieved in the last two seasons, after crowning the title of the competition absent from Liverpool 30 years ago.
The Egyptian international scored 17 goals in the league this season, two goals behind Arsenal striker Jimmy Vardi and Arsenal striker Pierre Emeric Obamyang (19 goals), and Southampton striker Danny Ings (18 goals).
In his first season with Liverpool, the former Arab Contractors player won the award with 32 goals, two ahead of Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
Last season, Salah shared the prize with his colleague Sadio Mane and Obamyang, with 22 goals.
Only two players in English Premier League history have won the award 3 times, Shearer and Thierry Henry, Arsenal’s top scorer.