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Salah's goal against Manchester United will be inevitable, here's why

The Pharaoh is feared by all in the Premier League 

By Charles Cornwall

The Pharaoh is feared by all in the Premier League 
The Pharaoh is feared by all in the Premier League 
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Just when it seemed that Mohamed Salah's goal tally against Manchester United was big enough for United to fear him for Sunday's clash, the Anything Liverpool account revealed data showing the Pharaoh's full tally against the Red Devils since his arrival a couple of years ago.

According to the Reds information account, it indicates that Mo'Salah scores a goal against Manchester United every 66 minutes played, this after having a record of 12 games, scoring a total of twelve goals and contributing with 4 assists, having a total of 24 assists, 43 shots on goal, with his overall average being almost 8.

In or out of the Premier League, Mohamed Salah continues to be United's main tormentor, being statistically very likely that this player can embed the ball inside the goal guarded by André Onana, goalkeeper who in the last five games of the club has only been able to keep an unbeaten goal.

After reaching the 200-goal mark for Liverpool and 150 in the Premier League, Salah has his sights set on scoring more goals to make him an all-time Merseyside and England record, with the Red Devils the perfect opposition for him to score at least a couple of times, as they did in March in a stunning 7-0 win.

Manchester United fear Pharaoh's stats

With a total of 16 games played so far, Mo' has been able to score on eleven occasions, accumulating a total of seven assists as well as 47 shots of which 21 have been on goal, generating as of today 36 obvious goalscoring chances and a small amount of cutbacks which is set at 14.