Mohamed Salah end Robbie Fowler left foot record


Salah beats 1994/95 mark set by Robbie Fowler as he hits 20th with left foot

With his goal against West Ham United on Saturday Mohamed Salah not only joined Harry Kane at the top of the Premier League scorers' charts but broke a 23-year-old competition record.

His 51st-minute goal at Anfield was the 20th the Liverpool forward has scored with his left foot in the Premier League this season.

This surpasses the 19 scored by Robbie Fowler with his left foot for the Reds in the 1994/95 season – and there are still 10 matches of Liverpool's PL campaign to go.

Of the three of Salah’s 23 goals not scored via his left foot, one was a header at Leicester City in September, and two came from his right boot, against Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea.

Fowler’s 19 left-footed goals were from a total of 25. The next best totals were scored by Robin van Persie.

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