Not with goals.. Salah enters the history of the Premier League and Liverpool!

The match between Liverpool and Brighton on Sunday in the English Premier League witnessed a very special number for Mohamed Salah that made him enter the history of the competition from its widest gates.

The Egyptian international scored the victory goal for the Reds against Roberto De Zerbe’s squad in the match that was held at Anfield and ended with a score of 2-1 in favor of Jurgen Klopp’s squad.

The goal was not the reason for Salah’s entry into Premier League history, but rather something else.

Salah fired 12 shots against Brighton’s goal, which is a historic record in the Premier League.

Thus, the 31-year-old equaled the number recorded by Zlatan Ibrahimovic, when he shot the same number during the match between Manchester United and Burnley in 2016.

In general, Salah has become the player in Liverpool’s history who has scored the most shots on goal in a single match.

It is noteworthy that Salah raised his goalscoring tally in the Premier League this season to 16 goals, in second place behind leader Erling Haaland, who has scored 18 goals with Manchester City so far.

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