Galatasaray legend: Mostafa Mohamed will score 25 goals per season

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Galatasaray legend Tanju Colak expects Mostafa Mohamed to have a really high and consistent goalscoring average following his recent form.

Mohamed has hit the ground running since joining Galatasaray from Zamalek, scoring four goals in his opening four games.

Despite a strong performance against Alanyaspor on Saturday afternoon, he was unable to score another goal and was denied by the post in the first-half.

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The 1998 European Golden Boot winner and Galatasaray’s third all-time goalscorer (132), Tanju Colak, expect the Egypt international to have similar success.

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“Mostafa Mohamed is a very good striker,” he told A Spor.

“Just as my goal average was no less than 30 goals per season, I think his average goal rate will not be less than 25 goals per season.

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“Look at Galatasaray with its brilliant goalkeeper Fernando Muslera and look at Galatasaray without him. You will see the difference with the competitors,” he concluded.

Since Mohamed’s arrival, the Red and Yellows jumped from third place to first place, three points ahead of Besiktas and Fenerbahce.

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Mohamed will hope to find the back of the net once again when they host 16th-placed Buyuksehir Belediye Erzurumspor next Saturday, February 27th.

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