Egyptian star Mohamed Salah celebrated his 100th goal in the Liverpool jersey during his match against Everton, on Saturday, in the opening matches of the fifth round of the English Premier League.
Mohamed Salah scored the second goal for the “Reds” against his neighbor Everton in the 72nd minute of the “Merseyside Derby”, which took place at Goodison Park, and ended with a draw (2-2).
Liverpool honored its Egyptian scorer by publishing a video of all 100 goals in the “Reds” shirt on its official website:
The Egyptian Pharaoh became the 17th player to score 100 or more goals in the history of Liverpool in various competitions, since his move to the “Reds” from Rome in the summer of 2017.
.@MoSalah has become the 17th player in our history to score 💯 goals for the club 👏⚽️
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 18, 2020
Salah also became the third fastest club player to score 100 goals, with his participation in 159 games, behind Roger Hunt (144 games) and Jack Parkinson (153 games).
The 28-year-old Mohamed Salah scored 79 goals in the English Premier League, 19 goals in the European Champions League, one goal in European Championship qualifiers, and one goal in the FA Cup.