Liverpool's Mohamed Salah is in an unstoppable form for his club at the moment. The Egyptian winger has been banging in the goals this season and has already surpassed 10 goals in all competitions for club and country this term. Well, the most impressive achievement for Mo Salah this season would not be his goals, but rather breaking Didier Drogba's Premier League record in today's game against Manchester United. Salah scored Liverpool's 3rd goal against Manchester United today, making him the African with the most goals in Premier League history.
Chelsea legend Didier Drogba scored 104 Premier League goals during his time at Chelsea but in just a few seasons, Mo Salah have broken that record. At the time of writing this article, Liverpool are thrashing Manchester United 4-0 in the first half at Old Trafford and the second 45 minutes is yet to start. Salah have scored his second goal of the day and so far, Manchester United are being whitewashed by Jürgen Klopp's men in their own backyard.
The game is still yet to finish and we could still see Mo Salah score more goals against Ole Gunnar Solkjaer's men today. The record he broke today is an impressive one and will live long in the minds of the Liverpool supporters watching the game today at Old Trafford. In just a few years, Mo Salah have gone from a Chelsea outcast to arguably the best player in the world and he's not finished yet. Long may his good form for club and country continue. Finally, Africa have a player they can say is at the same level as Messi and Kylian Mbappe.
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