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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Mohamed Salah has achieved yet another feat after overtaking Cristiano Ronaldo’s milestone with Manchester United.
Liverpool have secured a valuable two-goal advantage over RB Leipzig in the first-leg of the round of the 16 of the UEFA Champions League.
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Mohamed Salah opened the scoring in the 53rd minute taking advantage of Marcel Sabitzer’s mistake, before Sadio Mane put the game to bed just five minutes later.
The goal marks the Egyptian’s 118th strike in 186 games for Liverpool since joining the Reds three-and-a-half years ago from AS Roma.
The tally is the same as Cristiano Ronaldo during his six-year stint at Manchester United; as it took the Portuguese over 100 games more  to reach the record.
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Despite the disastrous season for Liverpool, Salah has been having a successful season individually, winning the Liverpool Player of the Month award twice, the Liverpool Goal of the Month award five times, and the Premier League Goal of the Month award.
He is also leading the Premier League top scoring charts with 17 goals, three ahead of second-placed Bruno Fernandes, and has 24 goals in 34 games this season across all competitions.
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