The Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, the top scorer of the English team, Liverpool, is preparing to skip Argentine Lionel Messi, the Barcelona star, in the current season of the European Champions League, in addition to leading the Egyptian team to officially qualify for the African nations to be held in Cameroon.
According to the figures in the Champions League, Mohamed Salah and Messi are equal in number of goals and assistants during the continental competition in which Barcas career ended after the disappointing exit in front of Paris Saint-Germain while the Reds are waiting for a fiery confrontation against Real Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, Which gives the Egyptian star a golden opportunity to overtake the Argentine star.
Both Mohamed Salah andLionel Messi During the current season of the Champions League, 5 goals were established and one was established, but the Egyptian Pharaoh has a golden opportunity to surpass the Argentine flea numbers if he scores a goal or other industry during the next two matches between Liverpool and Real Madrid.
While Erling Haaland tops the list of players who contribute most to goals Champions League During the current season, he scored 10 goals and one assists, while Kylian Mbappe, the French Paris Saint-Germain star, came second with 6 goals and 3 assists, and his colleague Neymar da Silva was third with 6 goals and one assists.
In fourth place came Alvaro Morata with 6 goals, and one was established equally with Neymar.
The list included many names, but Mohamed Salah’s numbers were parallel to what Lionel Messi presented in the Champions League during the current season.
Mohamed Salah surpasses the goals of Lewandowski, the best player in the world and the star of the German team Bayern Munich, and Karim Benzema, the Real Madrid striker.
Mohamed Salah in the European Champions
In a related context, the English network “Skawaka” published a list of the most influential players in one season in the English Premier League, and the presence of our star Mohamed Salah in fifth place, where he contributed to 42 goals in the 2017-18 season, which is his first season in the Premier League after the Italian league stage and playing In Fiorentina and Roma shirts.
Former Manchester United legend Andy Cole was on the list equally with Newcastle and Blackburn legend Alan Shearer, as they both contributed to scoring 47 goals in the 1993-94 and 1994-95 seasons, respectively, and the third place went to French legend Thierry Henry, the former Arsenal star, with a score of 44. Two goals for the 2002-03 season, then former Liverpool star Luis Suarez, in fourth place after contributing 43 goals in the 2013-14 season, then the national team star, Mohamed Salah.
Mohamed Salah, the king of records
On the other hand, Mohamed Salah is currently preparing to lead the Egyptian team after tomorrow, Thursday, in front of Kenya in the African qualifiers for the 2021 Cup of Nations in Cameroon, where the Pharaoh makes the first appearance under the leadership of Hossam Al-Badri, the team’s coach, after infection with the Corona virus prevented him from playing in the last gathering.
Egypt tops the Group G ranking with 8 points, on goal difference from the Comoros Islands, while Kenya is third with 3 points, and Togo comes fourth with one point.
The Egyptian team needs to draw, at the very least, with the Kenyan team, to ensure its official qualification, regardless of the rest of the confrontations.