Liverpool, March 14 (TNS): With many other records this season, Liverpool’s Mohammad Salah broke yet another record, as he scored his 32nd goal in the English Premier League against Brighton & Hove Albion on the last day of the campaign breaking the record goal tally (31) of Christiano Ronaldo, Luis Suarez and Alan Shearer of most goals in a single season.
Salah scored 32 goals in a 38 game campaign of English Premier League and became the first man ever to break the records of stars that have enlightened the football world with their brilliance.
The Egyptian winger now has 44 goals in all competitions this season for the Reds, and all eyes now will be set on him in the Champions League Final.
Salah will also lead the frontline of Egypt’s attack in the World Cup this summer and his nation will be counting on him to deliver the goods in the previous competition.
The goal of Liverpool’s talisman fired The Reds into the Champions League places next season where they will have to go through the play-off stage if they fail to win the Champions League on May 26.
Salah has bagged numerous individual awards this season, including the Player’s Football Association (PFA) Player of the Year, Football Writers’ Association (FWA) player of the year, Premier League Golden Boot (2017/18), Liverpool’s player of the season, Four premier League player of the month awards and four Champion League player of the week awards, in the most prolific and stellar season of his career.