Salah continues to write history in Liverpool’s sweep of Watford

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Saturday 16 October 2021

12:33 PM

Mohamed Salah continued to make history in the English Premier League and practice his hobby of scoring and making goals, as he scored a goal and made another, and his Brazilian colleague Roberto Firmino scored three goals (hat-trick) to lead their Liverpool team to a crushing 5-0 victory over its host Watford today, Saturday, by opening the eighth stage matches of the Premier League. Competition.

Mohamed Salah scored the fourth goal for his team, Liverpool, against its host Watford today, to raise his score to 104 goals in the English Premier League, and shares with the former Ivorian football star Didier Drogba, the top scorer in the African Premier League throughout history.

The Senegalese, Sadio Mane, Salah’s colleague in the Liverpool team, joined the Hundred Club in the English Premier League in the same match, after he scored his 100th goal in the English Premier League, the first goal for Liverpool against Watford today, becoming the third African player to reach the 100 goal barrier in the Premier League.

Mane’s goal came in the ninth minute of the match after a pass from Salah, then Salah scored his 104th goal nine minutes after the start of the second half.

Salah can be alone at the top of the list of the best African scorers in the English Premier League through any other goal he scores for Liverpool.

Liverpool ended the first half in their favour, with two goals scored by Mane and Firmino in the ninth and 37th minutes.

In the second half, Firmino and Salah added two goals for Liverpool in the 52nd and 54th minutes, before Firmino finished scoring in the match with his third goal (hat-trick), the fifth for the team in the first minute of overtime for the match.

Liverpool raised its score to 18 points to top the competition table, two points ahead of Chelsea, pending the outcome of the remaining matches of the stage.

Watford’s balance froze at seven points in fifteenth place, after suffering the second defeat in a row.

 
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