Sunday 3 October 2021
At Anfield, all eyes will be on watching the match between Liverpool and Manchester City in the seventh week of the Premier League.
Liverpool enters the match at the top of the competition with 14 points, while Manchester City comes in second place with 13 points, equal with Manchester United, Chelsea, Everton and finally Brighton.
But at the Liverpool and Manchester City summit, Egyptian star Mohamed Salah will look for three numbers he wants to achieve at the Anfield summit:
Mohamed Salah managed to score five goals from six matches in the Premier League this season, as he is equal with West Ham striker Michael Antonio, and Leicester City’s top scorer Jamie Vardy.
Salah also this season was able to score in 8 out of 8 matches, at a rate of one goal per match. Therefore, the Egyptian star will look for a new goal to enhance his score in the top scorer in the Premier League, which he previously won in the (2017-2018) and (2018-) seasons. 2019).
So far, Mohamed Salah has scored 100 goals with Liverpool in the English Premier League, along with two goals he scored during his time with Chelsea, for a total of 102 goals.
Salah appointed him to be the best African scorer in the Premier League, as the former Ivorian star of Chelsea, Didier Drogba, is currently topping the list with 104 goals.
Mohamed Salah has a great record in terms of scoring against Manchester City. The Liverpool star in 12 matches scored against City on six occasions, the last of which was last season by scoring two goals, one in the first round and another in the second round.
Salah also wants to break the sixth goal barrier in order to put City on the list of the most scoring teams.
West Ham came in the lead, as Salah scored nine goals against the “Hammers”.
On the other hand, the trio of Tottenham Hotspur, Bournemouth and Watford are in second place with eight goals.
The other trio of Watford, Arsenal and Crystal Palace are in third place with seven goals.