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Salah Enters History Books with Milestone 200th Liverpool Goal

He’s him.

Crystal Palace v Liverpool FC - Premier League Photo by Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images

With his equaliser against Crystal Palace in yesterday’s heart-stopping comeback win, Mohamed Salah notched his 200th club goal for Liverpool FC. He achieved his feat in 327 games.

The Egyptian King joins a pantheon of greats who have scored 200 or more goals for the Redmen:

  • Ian Rush (346 goals),
  • Roger Hunt (285 goals),
  • Gordon Hodgson (241 goals),
  • Billy Liddell (228 goals),
  • and now, Mohamed Salah.

That goal was also his 150th goal in Premier League competition, which moved him to joint-10th on the all-time scoring list, tied with former Liverpool great and noted hater of cinema Michael Owen. He is the fifth-fastest to hit 150 goals.

Honestly, what else is there to say about Mo Salah anymore? He’s rivalling natural centre-forwards for goals from a wide position, which is pretty wild. Since joining Liverpool, this “one-season wonder” has only gone to refute that label with seasons of undeniable play and legendary moments, cementing his status as one of the game’s greatest-ever players. And he still has time to pad those statistics even more. We love you, Mo Salah. Long live the Egyptian King.

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