On Saturday, Liverpool will face Watford as they look to continue the impressive start of the season. Their last visit to Watford did not end well, they lost 3-0, and this time around, they will want things to go in their favour. Liverpool will be counting on the likes of Mohammed Salah and Sadio Mane, to replicate their fine form, and give them victory.
Just like Salah, Sadio Mane has been very outstanding in front of goals, and if he happens to register a goal in his name during today's Match, he will set two new Records. Here are the two records Mane will set if he eventually scores a goal today.
Firstly, Mane will become the third African to score 100 premiere League goals. Mane has scored 99 Premier League goals so far, and scoring a goal today will make him be the third person to do that. Only Ex-Ivorian forward and legend; Drogba, and Egyptian forward, Mohammed Salah has scored 100 premier league goals.
Secondly, he could be the third player to score 100 premier league goals without any of the goals being Penalties. Only two Person has scored 100 plus premier league goals without Penalties, Les Ferdinand, who scored 149 goals, and Emile Heskey who scored 110 goals. Mane barely takes Penalty Kicks for Liverpool, so the chances of him setting this particular record are very high.
Wish the teams good luck, and may the best team win.
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