The Egyptian international mHamad Salah The Liverpool winger in his team training after completing the international agenda with the Pharaohs in the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup that will be held in Qatar next November.
Liverpool club commented, through its Arabic account on the micro-blogging site “Twitter”: “The King is back,” in reference to the pharaoh’s regularity in the Reds’ collective training.
Liverpool is preparing to face Watford, which will take place at 1:30 pm, tomorrow, Saturday, at “Anfield”, in the 31st round of the English Premier League championship for the current season 2021-2022.
Mohamed Salah is the top scorer in the English Premier League with 20 goals, despite his absence for more than a month due to his association with participating in the African Nations Cup held in Cameroon, in which the Pharaohs achieved the rank of runner-up.
Mohamed Salah hopes to settle the competition for the title of top scorer in the English Premier League this season, especially as he is 7 goals ahead of his closest pursuer, Diego Jota, his Liverpool teammate.
The king is back 👑🙌 pic.twitter.com/ZdXJbtxvpt
– Liverpool Club (@LFC_Arabic) March 31, 2022
A new mural of Egyptian star Mohamed Salah was completed near the stadium “Anfield”, which was designed by Reds fans in appreciation of him and his efforts with the team since joining the ranks of the Reds 4 years ago.
And the global website “Goal” published a picture of the mural designed by local artist John Colshaw, whose design was completed on Anfield Road leading to the team’s match stadium, and the official account of the site published a comment: “Mohamed Salah’s new mural near Anfield is an absolute epic.”
Jurgen Klopp’s team aspires to achieve the English Premier League title after being one point behind the leaders of the Premier League, Manchester City.
Mohamed Salah, the English star of Liverpool, has the second best average scorer among the Reds players in the history of their participation in the English Premier League during the past years..
And the statistics published by the global “Opta” network revealed that Mohamed Salah ranks second in the list of players with the best average scoring / minutes among Liverpool players in the history of the English Premier League, at a rate of one goal every 125 minutes for the Egyptian star..
Mohamed Salah came second in the list behind Fernando Torres, who has the best average scoring average in the history of the Reds in the Premier League, at a rate of one goal every 121 minutes in the Premier League..
Diogo Jota came third with an average goal every 130 minutes, followed by Daniel Sturridge, who averaged a goal every 136 minutes, then Luis Suarez came fifth with an average of a goal every 139 minutes.