Mohamed Salah beats the legends of Liverpool’s 100 club and becomes...

Mohamed Salah beats the legends of Liverpool’s 100 club and becomes...
Mohamed Salah beats the legends of Liverpool’s 100 club and becomes...

Egyptian star Mohamed Salah recently entered the records of history in Liverpool, after he scored his 100th goal for the “Reds” in the Merseyside derby that brought his team to Everton in the Premier League.

The “Pharaoh” etched his name alongside many Liverpool legends, such as Denny Dalglish, Michael Owen, and Ian Rush, as one of the great scorers in the history of the Red Team, despite the short period of time during which Al-Masry played with the Reds, who signed with him in the summer of 2017.

And the site “givemesport” monitored a list of 17 players from the great Liverpool who exceeded the goal of 100 with the club, as it classified them according to the percentage of goals in each match.

The arrangement was as follows:

Gordon Hudson (0.64), goals scored 241, matches were 377.

– Mohamed Salah (0.63), number of goals 103, number of matches 163.

Jack Parkinson (0.58), number of goals 128, number of matches 218.

Roger Hunt (0.58), goals scored 285, matches were 492.

Sam Raybould (0.55), goals scored 130, matches played 226.

Michael Owen (0.53), goals 158, matches 297.

Ian Rush (0.52), number of goals 346, number of matches 660.

Robbie Fowler (0.50), number of goals 183, number of matches 369.

Harry Chambers (0.45), goals 151, matches 339.

Dick Forshaw (0.43), goals scored 123, matches 288.

Billy Liddell (0.43), goals scored 228, matches were 534.

Jack Palmer (0.36), goals scored 110, matches 309.

Kenny Dalglish (0.33), number of goals 172, number of matches 515.

Kevin Keegan (0.31), number of goals 100, number of matches 323.

Ian St. John (0.28), 118 goals, 425 matches.

John Barnes (0.27), goals scored 108, matches 407.

Stephen Gerrard (0.26), number of goals 186, number of matches 710.

There may be a good number of Liverpool fans who are frustrated with the selfishness shown by the “Reds” attacker in front of the opponent’s goal, but you cannot turn a blind eye to the statistics and figures, which all prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the Pharaoh has become a phenomenon in England.

It is noteworthy that Salah won the Golden Boot award for the Premier League scorer in his first two seasons with Liverpool, and although he was not lucky in winning the same award last season, he contributed to crowning his team with the “Premier League” title for the first time in 30 years.


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