Despite loosing 3-1 to Real Madrid, Mohammed Salah sets new record
By AgwaraHenry | self meida writer
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Mohammed Salah sets new record after loosing 3-1 to Real Madrid. The Egyptian and Liverpool forward scored the consolation goal for his team, making him the first Egyptian to score against Real Madrid football club of Spain.
Mohamed Salah has scored in 4 consecutive European appearances for the first time in his career. Salah has scored 18 league goals in EPL making him seat top of the chat.
The score of Real Madrid and Liverpool once again ended 3-1 in favour of Madrid. Salah was forced out of the 2018 uefa champions league final by Sergio Ramos after a fatal injury. Ramos was not in the Real Madrid team that faced Liverpool in the Champions League first leg quarter-final last night as he was sidelined with a muscle injury in his left leg. The Real Madrid captain picked up the injury during the international break with Spain, with the club confirming the muscle problem.
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