Egyptian international Mohamed Salah, Liverpool star, scored a distinguished number by participating in his team’s match against Arsenal in the 36th round of the “Premier League” today, Wednesday.
And Salah’s participation today included the number 150 in his career with Liverpool in various competitions, since he moved to the “Reds” three years ago from the ranks of Rome, Italy.
150 posts! 🔥
The Egyptian King 👑 Participates in 150 games with the Reds in all competitions 😍 pic.twitter.com/StDup1xAzv
– Liverpool (League Champions 🏆) (@LFC_Arabic) July 15, 2020
Mohamed Salah scored 94 goals in 150 games for Liverpool, and two players in the club’s history outperform them after reaching the 150-game hurdle, Roger Hunt (102 goals) and Jack Parkinson (95 goals).
It is noteworthy that the Egyptian international needs only one goal to become the first player since the season 1965-1966 (Roger Hunt), and the fourth player in the club’s history, scores at least 20 goals in the league during 3 consecutive seasons.