Mohamed Salah, the star of Liverpool and the national team, continues to break records after he succeeded in overcoming the Cameroonian legend Samuel Eto’o and the Ivorian runner-up Didier Drogba, the leader of African scorers in the Champions League, after the pharaoh scored two goals against Porto in the second round of the Champions League group stage, which the Reds won with a score of 5- 1.
Salah reached his 31st goal in the Champions League today from only 60 matches, without counting the goals of the qualifying stage, to rise to the 22nd place in the Champions League scorers throughout history, equal to the Dutch former Bayern Munich star Arjen Robben, and surpasses a group of 30 game legends. A goal in the tournament are Samuel Eto’o, Wayne Rooney, Kaka and Gento, the late Real Madrid legend.
By skipping Cameroonian Eto’o, Salah was ranked second in the list of African goalscorers in the history of the Champions League behind Ivorian Didier Drogba, who has 44 goals, who is only 13 goals away from the Pharaoh so far..
At the same time, Mohamed Salah is close to breaking another legendary record in the English Premier League engraved in the name of Didier Drogba, who starred for years with a golden generation in Chelsea and ended with his signature on 104 goals, a number expected to be broken within days after the pharaoh reached 102 goals so far to become the top scorer for Africans In the English Premier League!
We review the most prominent records achieved by the pharaoh during his career in the following infographic.
Mohamed Salah’s record numbers with the Egyptian national team
Salah records with Liverpool
Salah’s record numbers
Mohamed Salah’s record numbers in the English Premier League and the Italian League