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LIV VS BUR: Check 1 Unpleasant EPL Record That Mohamed Salah Is Likely To Break Today

Many teams will be looking to improve on their games as we look forward to the start of the English Premier League game week 2. Recall that teams like Liverpool, Manchester United, and Arsenal, started on a good note, while teams like Arsenal, Manchester City, and Aston Villa are expected to do better.

Photo: Mohamed Salah and his teammates celebrating || Marca

On the other hand, players like Mohamed Salah, Diego Jota, and Sadio Mane are expected to shine in their second league game against Burnley. Well, Salah was the best Liverpool player in their opening game against Norwich as he was involved in three goals. However, Mohamed Salah will be looking forward to breaking one unpleasant record he has been carrying around throughout his Liverpool career.

Photo: Mohamed Salah in 2017 || The Guardian

According to research, Mohamed Salah has never scored a league goal on the Second game week throughout his Liverpool career. Since he joined Liverpool in 2017, the 29-year-old has blanked on game week 2.

Photo: Mohamed Salah || Planet Football

Note that in 2020, Liverpool beat Chelsea on matchday 2 by 2-0, but Salah didn't score despite playing the whole game. In 2019, he failed to score in Liverpool's 2-1 victory against Southampton.

Photo: Mohamed Salah || Planet Sport

Similarly, Liverpool beat Leicester City by 2-1 on game week 2 in 2018, but the Egyptian failed to score. In 2017, Salah was a substitute in Liverpool's 1-0 win over Crystal Palace, but he didn't score.

Photo: Mohamed Salah || NY Post

Therefore, Considering his form on matchday 1, Mohamed Salah will be looking forward to breaking this unpleasant 4-year record at Liverpool when Liverpool hosts Burnley at Anfield.

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