Salah Beats Suarez And Torres And Sets Another Record

The talented forward from Egypt have managed to pass 40 Premier League efforts for Liverpool and has reached the marker quicker than some of the icons from Man United.

Mohamed Salah has made a record at Liverpool. He has become the quickest front man of the club to score 40 Premier League goals. Only a handful of people would have been able to predict the impact the hard-working forward is going to make he arrives at Anfield in 2017 summer. A great debut campaign saw the players find the target 44 times throughout the competition.

In that haul, 32 strikes came to the player and he was able to secure the Golden Boot along with an attractive haul of other awards such as PFA Player of the Year. It had been suggested in the early campaign of 2018-2019 that Salah lost the spark he had and he had netted 3 out of 11 outings. However, the 26-year-old player has been able to silence the people who have been in doubt with 9 goals in 11 appearances.

The recent ones came in a hattrick that showed against Bournemouth with the 1st afternoon taking him to forty in Premier League. He reached the landmark within 52 games and was significantly placed at the top of the chart of Liverpool.

Fernando Torres has enjoyed a great start to Reds career. Torres has taken 52 games for recording 40 efforts while Robbie Fowler needed 77. Again Michael Owen required the same number of appearances when Luis Suarez need 1 more than that. It appears like Salah is sitting at top of the distinguished collection of strikers. Luis Garcia, the former Reds start tells the Premier League Production that most of the significant players have passed through the club of Liverpool.