Mo Salah Scores 100th Premier League, Becomes Fifth Fastest Player In History

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Mo Salah Scores 100th Premier League, Becomes Fifth Fastest Player In History


Crazybola.com – Egypt’s King Mohamed Salah scored a goal on Sunday night (12/9) in the match at Leeds United. It was his third goal of the 2021/22 season and his 100th in the Premier League, as he became the fifth fastest player to reach that mark.

Mo Salah is the fifth fastest player to reach 100 goals in the Premier League after Alan Shearer in 124 games, Harry Kane in 141, Sergio Aguero in 147 and Thierry Henry in 160.

Liverpool’s goal against Illan Meslier looks a bit strange. On one occasion after playing a one-two with Joel Matip, the Reds centre-back wasted a golden opportunity to assist Mo Salah. There is an impression that Matip was reluctant to give Liverpool’s top scorer last season a goal.

Matip then threw the ball towards Trent Alexander-Arnold on the right side of the pitch who sent a low cross in front of the Leeds goal and did not give Mo Salah any trouble.

Leeds United vs Liverpool match on Sunday night was still 0-1 in favor of the visitors as the first half drew to a close. Juergen Klopp’s men were not very dominant with just 54% possession, but recorded nine attempted goals and three strikes on target during the first 45 minutes.

Apart from Mo Salah, another goal was actually recorded by Thiago Alcantara in the 26th minute, but the linesman raised his flag first. The Reds’ second goal failed.

Two other golden opportunities came from Sadio Mane in the 31st minute when he fired a shot that missed the left side of the Whites goal, while another attempted attack came from Diogo Jota in the 15th minute when he fired a strike on target, but Illan Meslier’s nimble movement saved. the goal.

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