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Mohamed Salah Special Record After Conceding the Everton Goal

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah made a special record after scoring a goal when he beat Everton 2-0 in Week 23 of the Premier League at Anfield Stadium, Tuesday (14/2) early morning WIB.
Mohamed Salah scored one goal in this match. The winger from Egypt broke into Jordan Pickford’s goal in the 36th minute.

The goal scored by Mohamed Salah started with the penetration of Darwin Nunez, who ran from his own half into the Everton game area. The Uruguayan striker then sent a pass toward Salah which was easily converted into a goal because Jordan Pickford misread the direction of the ball.

The goal scored by Mohamed Salah fueled Liverpool’s enthusiasm. Jurgen Klopp’s team was able to score one more goal through Cody Gakpo in the 49th minute.

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Reporting from Opta, Salah managed to carve out a special record at Anfield with one goal against Everton. It was Salah’s 71st goal scored at Anfield since joining Liverpool.

The 30-year-old is the 13th player in the Premier League to be involved in 100 goals in just one stadium. Apart from scoring 71 goals, Salah also recorded 29 assists at Liverpool’s pride stadium.

Mohamed Salah recorded that record from 104 appearances. The score made by the former AS Roma player was only lost to Alan Shearer who did it from 74 appearances at Ewood Park and Thierry Henry who made a similar record from 92 matches at Highbury.

The goal against Everton also made Mohamed Salah end the goal drought. Mohamed Salah has not scored a goal for a long time since scoring against Wolverhampton Wanderers in the FA Cup on 8 January.

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