Mohamed Salah‘s dazzling debut season with Liverpool showed signs of improvement on Saturday after he equaled Luis Suarez‘s goalscoring record with his 31st strike of the season.
The winger became the most productive left-footed scorer in Premier League’s history and contributed another goal as the Reds hit the century mark.
20 – Mo Salah has scored 20 goals with his left foot in the Premier League this season, the most by a player in a single season in the competition's history. Phenomenon. pic.twitter.com/M6ybeBTWFF
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) February 24, 2018
By scoring against West Ham at Anfield, he now has an indistinguishable record to that outstanding final season from Suarez in 2013-14 — 37 games, 31 goals. The 25-year-old has achieved that level snappier than Suarez in light of the fact that Salah’s Liverpool are contending on more fronts, including a tilt at the Champions League.
The winger keeps on making a joke of Jose Mourinho’s decision to turf him out of Chelsea for only £12m as Jurgen Klopp’s men, in the groove again, marched into second place.
This was another satisfying evening for Klopp, whose side again looked relentless going forward. West Ham were sorted out, and Marko Arnautovic was at his saucy, exuberant best, but the Hammers had little response to the home side’s probing questions.
It is Liverpool’s best-attacking side since 2013-14’s near-title winning campaign when Brendan Rodgers’ side set up 110 in all competitions. With 10 Premier League games and likely no less than three Champions League challenges remaining, Klopp’s side appears to be relatively sure to eclipse that mark sooner rather than later.
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