The Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, is entering a new season in the European Champions League during his career full of titles and achievements, today, Wednesday, as the Reds meet with the Italian Milan in the confrontation scheduled to take place at nine in the evening, at “Anfield”, in the first round of competitions. UEFA Champions League for the current season 2021-2022.
Mohamed Salah has a great record during his participation in the European Champions League with the clubs that he played in his shirt during the past years, namely, Basel, Switzerland, Chelsea, Rome, Italy, and finally Liverpool.
Mohamed Salah participated in 68 matches in the Champions League competition in various clubs in which he played during his professional career in the old continent, starting from the preliminary qualifying round for the group stage until the final match of the tournament, according to the statistics published by the global “Transfer Market” website.
The Egyptian star’s participation in the European Champions League is divided as follows: 45 matches with Liverpool, 9 matches with Roma, two matches with Chelsea, and 12 matches with Basel.
Mohamed Salah scored 32 goals in the Champions League, including goals in the preliminary round of the European competition, in addition to 13 assists.
The national team star scored 26 goals with Liverpool to become the Reds’ historical scorer in the Champions League, one goal with Roma, and 5 goals with Basel.
Mohamed Salah succeeded in winning the Champions League once, with Liverpool in 2019 at the expense of Tottenham in the final match, which witnessed the pharaoh scoring a penalty kick.
Mohamed Salah had recently joined the 100th club in the history of the English Premier League, after scoring a goal for Liverpool against Leeds United.
Mohamed Salah raised his score to one hundred goals in the English Premier League, where he scored 98 goals in the Liverpool shirt in the Premier League, in addition to two goals with his former team Chelsea in the competition during the 2013-2014 season.
Mohamed Salah became the fifth fastest player to reach 100 goals in the Premier League, as the Egyptian star scored his 100 goals in 162 Premier League matches.