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Record-breaking Salah could appear against Manchester City

Mo' in hot pursuit of a new record 

By Charles Cornwall

Mo' in hot pursuit of a new record 
Mo' in hot pursuit of a new record 
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While Liverpool's main objective is to win at the Etihad Stadium to unseat Manchester City at the top of the table, in terms of personal goals it is no surprise that Mohamed Salah is chasing one more for this matchday, with the Egyptian's new challenge being to score one or more goals in the next 90 minutes in order to continue to put his name at the top of the Premier League statistics.

According to the reports revealed by the "England Football" account on the social network X, it shows that within the list of top scorers against the famous Big Six, Wayne Rooney is placed as the first place with 54 goals tying Sergio Aguero in second place with the same amount, followed in the third step by Jamie Vardy of Leicester City with 46, being in fourth position Mohamed Salah with 45.


Salah will have 90 minutes to at least score the goal that will bring him level with Jamie Vardy, with a brace from the Egyptian being all that is needed to consolidate third place and move closer and closer to the 54-goal mark that still holds Wayne Roney and Kun Aguero at the top.


The statistic that plays in Mohamed Salah's favour for Saturday is that Manchester City are one of the teams he has scored the most goals against in his career with the Reds, the last in the Premier League being in October last year, although if you take into account other competitions you could say in December 2022 during the EFL Cup last-16 defeat.

Salah has on the pitch the help he needs to fulfil the club's and his personal goal

Although it looks difficult for Mo' to score on a couple of occasions during the match, he knows that in attack he has the support of Darwin Nunez, a Uruguayan player who has surprisingly become the Egyptian's support throughout this new season, being a determining duo during tomorrow's game.

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