Day after day, Egyptian star Mohamed Salah is establishing himself as one of the best strikers in the history of Liverpool FC, despite being a winger in the first place.
Mohamed Salah, who moved to Liverpool in the summer of 2017 from Roma, has scored more than 150 goals with Liverpool in 235 games so far in all competitions.
Salah’s goals made him enter the list of the ten most scored players in the history of Liverpool, and he is the only player currently active in this list.
But, who is the historical scorer for Liverpool FC? What is the order of Mohamed Salah in the list?
This is what GOAL will answer in the next report.
What is the ranking of the English Premier League top scorers throughout history? What is the order of Mohamed Salah?
Who is the historical Liverpool scorer?
Ian Rush is Liverpool’s all-time top scorer, having scored 364 goals for the “Reds” in 660 games in all competitions.
Rush played with Liverpool in two periods, the first between 1980 and 1987, and the second between 1988 and 1996.
However, Rush is not Liverpool’s all-time top scorer in the Premier League, having scored 229 goals, ahead of two stars on this list, Roger Hunt and Gordon Hudson, who scored 244 and 233 goals.
What is Salah’s ranking in Liverpool’s historical scorers list?
Salah is currently ninth in the list of historical scorers for Liverpool FC, with 167 goals scored in 272 games in all competitions.
Salah recently surpassed Harry Chambers, who slipped to 10th place on the list, and overtook legend Michael Owen in 8th place.