Mohamed Salah: Ranking of his 15 biggest goals for Liverpool after...

Mohamed Salah: Ranking of his 15 biggest goals for Liverpool after...
Mohamed Salah: Ranking of his 15 biggest goals for Liverpool after...
When Liverpool spent £ 34m on Mohamed Salah in 2017, eyebrows were raised.

This was the same Salah who failed at Chelsea a few years earlier and scored twice in 19 games.

But the Egyptian had spent the last three seasons in Italy – a loan campaign with Fiorentina, a loan campaign with Roma before I Giallorossi signed him for a permanent contract.

Salah scored 19 Serie A goals in his two seasons with Roma and caused Liverpool to splash the money on him.

And now, just over three years after joining, Salah has scored 100 goals in just 159 games. His strike in the dramatic Merseyside Derby could be lost amid all the drama but we shouldn’t forget his incredible performance.

And we won’t.

That’s because we decided to score the top 15 goals Salah has scored in a Liverpool shirt. Let’s take a look:

15 | Stoke (A)

Can he do it in Stoke on a cold Tuesday night? You can bet on it. After a brilliant game by Sadio Mane, Salah waited at the back post and smashed the ball past Lee Grant on the volley. Bosh.

14 | Manchester City (H)

Perhaps this made the list for the occasion rather than execution. In January 2018, Man City hadn’t lost in the Premier League until they got to Anfield. And in nine crazy minutes of the second half, the match went from 1-1 to 4-1, with Salah taking advantage of Ederson’s mistake in throwing the ball from 40 yards. Liverpool conceded two late goals but beat City for the first time this season.

13 | Manchester United (H)

Again, this may not be one of the top 15 goals Salah has scored in terms of quality, but it is probably the most memorable. January 13, 2020 – the day Liverpool fans signed and believed they would finally win the Premier League. It was all thanks to Salah’s 93rd-minute breakaway goal thanks to Alisson’s support. The Brazilian goalkeeper was the first to celebrate with Salah when he took off his shirt in front of the head.

12 | Naples (H)

In a game Liverpool had to win in order to reach the knockout round en route to winning the competition. Salah scored the only goal of the game against Napoli – a side Liverpool condemned to a rare loss earlier in the season. The Egyptian beat Mario Rui before getting past one of the best defenders in world football, Kalidou Koulibaly. Then his right foot shot past Alex Meret from a tight angle. Without that goal, Liverpool might not have won the Champions League for the sixth time.

11 | Arsenal (H)

David Luiz had to pay for a ticket to return to Anfield after Salah absolutely skinned him, cut him into the penalty area and placed the ball beautifully past Bernd Leno.

10 | Watford (H)

Mohamed Salah made his best impression of Lionel Messi while Miguel Britos made his best impression of Jerome Boateng. Watford’s defenders all thought the Egyptian was going to cut his left foot but made them all look stupid by going to his right to score.

9 | Leeds (H)

That goal was likely lost in the insane seven-goal thriller against Leeds. Marcelo Bielsa’s team had just made it 2-2 when the ball fell at Salah’s feet, who didn’t even think twice before hitting the ball into the top of the net. Pick that!

8 | Bournemouth (A)

Steve Cook was strengthened, Asmir Begovic struck twice before throwing the ball past Nathan Ake to complete his hat trick. Gorgeous from Mo.

7 | Everton (H)

Believe it or not, this destination actually won the Puskas Prize in 2017. No, we’re not sure how either. Look, it was a brilliant goal, but the best in world football over a full calendar year? No chance. But the way he pulls Cuco Martina to the ground jumps past Idrissa Gueye and rolls a beauty past Jordan Pickford in the Merseyside derby. Liverpool fans will always fondly remember this.

6 | Tottenham (H)

See how many Spurs players there are between Salah and the goal when he first picks up the ball. He’s a bit lucky but flips Ben Davies and Jan Vertonghen before lifting the ball over Hugo Lloris. It should have been a 91st-minute winner, but Spurs rose on the other end and scored a late equalizer with a penalty.

5 | Roma (H)

How do you open the goal against your former club in the semi-finals of the Champions League? By curling it up beautifully from the bottom of the bar, of course – past future Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson. Salah added a second 10 minutes later as Liverpool won the first leg 5-2 on their way to the final.

4 | Watford (H)

There are six Watford players very close to Salah if he scores a goal. But he sold three of them a dummy and somehow pushed the ball past Ben Foster for his hat-trick in a match in which he bagged four.

3 | Genk (A)

A goal that shows how strong and skillful Salah really is. He holds back a huge defender with his back to the goal, creating a brilliant touch to get him between two opponents before he can deal with his right foot.

2 | Chelsea (H)

An incredible goal in a huge match. Liverpool had to beat Chelsea in April 2019 to keep up with Manchester City’s pace. Anfield rebounded after Sadio Mane gave the home team the lead, but Salah took the roof off a few minutes later when he picked up Virgil van Dijk’s long pass, which was cut inward for a staggering 30-yard hit to achieve top corner. The celebration was pretty iconic too.

1 | Salzburg (A)

Salah’s best goal was scored in a Liverpool shirt. Who said he didn’t have a right foot? Not us, that’s for sure. When Salah shot the ball past Cican Stankovic, it seemed to run off the pitch. But somehow he managed to score from the highest angles at full speed and his weaker foot, with the ball curling away from the goal. Unreal.

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