How Mo Salah broke Liverpool's all time Premier League record


Mohamed Salah becomes Liverpool's all-time Premier League goalscorer with a brace in the 7-0 thrashing of Manchester United

Mohamed Salah

The 30-year-old broke Robbie Fowler's record of 128 goals and has surpassed former club legends Gerrard (120) and Michael Owen (118).

Salah has struggled in front of goal this season amidst Liverpool's poor form - but the Egyptian's brace at Anfield put him back on track as his Premier League goals extends to 11.

Salah's explosive start to Merseyside in 2017/18 remains his most productive - he scored 32 goals and lifted the Golden Boot that season.

The 30-year-old broke the Premier League scoring record held by Robbie Fowler against Manchester United on Sunday to become Liverpool's Premier League all time top goalscorer with 129 goals.

Only eight of Salah's 129 goals have come from outside the box, with the majority coming from the center-right between the 6 and 18 yard lines - when he cuts from his favorite right flank.

Salah is also close to becoming the Premier League's all-time left-footed goalscorer with 102 goals to date - but both of his strikes against Manchester United and Wolves this week were scored with his Right foot ends.

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