Believe it or not, Mo Salah is the best player in the world: Check out the records he set and broke last night


The final game for Liverpool against AC Milan last night was meant to be a normal night and some sort of a dead rubber fixture.

But the Reds didn’t take the fixture lightly despite making a couple of changes to the team.


They ensured that AC Milan finished last in the group by staging  a comeback for a 2-1 victory.

It was a win that ensured that Liverpool became the first club in England to win all of their six champions league group stage games, amassing 18 out of a total 18.

Jurgen Klopp decided to keep Mohammed Salah among the starting XI and the Egyptian lived up to expectations and showed why he is currently the best player in the world.


Couple of weeks ago, Klopp labelled him as the best in the world saying:

“His performance was massive today. The pass for the first goal was great and the second goal was special. He is top. We all see it. Who is better than him? We don’t have to talk about what Messi and Ronaldo have done for world football and their dominance. But right now, he is the best.”


Salah’s goal last night which put Liverpool on level terms at the San Siro helped break and set records for the club and the records have been listed below.

Salah’s records last night

  1. Last night’s goal meant that Salah has netted 20 goals in all competitions. He has scored 13 of them in the Premier League and 7 in the Champions League.

Only Lewandoski of Bayern can boast of a similar stat this season.

2. The Egyptian has become the first player in Liverpool’s long history to score 7 goals in the Champions League group stage. 

3. Salah has scored more goals across all competitions than any other player in the Premier League

4. The Egyptian is also the first player after Ian Rush to score 20+ goals in 5 consecutive season



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