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One Record Mohamed Salah Could Set Against Man United On Sunday

Mohamed Salah is one of the most active strikers in the English Premier League in the 2021/22 season. The Egyptian forward has been doing the needful for his Club since the start of the season as he is one of the highest goal scorers in the English Premier League so far this season.

The combination of Mohamed Salah with Roberto and Sadio Mane is always a threat to any opposing team in the English Premier League and in other competitions. To this end, any team playing against Liverpool has to watch out for Mohamed Salah and his teammates.

As Manchester United will be hosting the Reds at Old Trafford in the MatchDay9 of the English Premier League on Sunday, Mohamed Salah would no doubt be one of the players to watch.

Now, let us consider One Record Mohamed Salah Could Set Against Manchester United on Sunday.

First and foremost, there is a tendency that Mohamed Salah may see the back of the net of the Red Devils in the encounter that is expected to make headlines whatever the outcome is. Should Manchester United do the needful and pack the defense line very well, Salah may find it difficult to break lose and register is name on the scoresheet.

Mohamed Salah has the record of having scored in the last two games Liverpool played against Manchester United at Old Trafford. Should Salah be chanced to score against United again on Sunday, he would set a record that has never happened at Old Trafford.

Mohamed Salah could become the first player in history to score at Manchester United in three successive Liverpool visits in all competitions. A feat that any player may find very difficult to achieve in a whole football career.

The question now is if Manchester United's defensive line would be able to prevent Mohamed Salah from setting this record as they host the Reds on Sunday?

As Liverpool plays Man United on Sunday, any goal scored by Mohamed Salah would go into history as a headline.

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