Mohamed Salah has already secured his status as a Liverpool legend, but how does his goalscoring record compare to two of the club’s other great forwards of the modern era?
After joining from Roma in the summer of 2017, Liverpool’s Egyptian King will complete a fourth full season at Anfield, meaning he’s outlasted Luis Suarez and Fernando Torres, who each spent three and a half seasons at Liverpool; the former came in, alongside Andy Carroll of course, to replace the latter midway through the 2010-11 season.
Salah has now moved ahead of both Suarez and Torres when it comes to his goalscoring record for the Reds, which puts him 14th in the famous club’s all-time list of top scorers. Here’s how they compare when you break it down in detail.
Read at Planet Football.