Mohamed Salah broke another historic record with his 32 goals
With 32 goals on his first season for Liverpool, not only did Mohamed Salah claim the Golden Boot, the Egyptain King became the first player ever to score more than three sides in the top flight.
West Bromwich Albion, Swansea City and Huddersfield Town A.F.C. have all scored goals less than Salah this campaign.
Since the establishment of the league in 1888, no player was able to bag more goals than three teams in the league and the last record was held by David McKellen back in the 1912-1913 season when he fired more goals than two sides.
Salah achieved another milestone by stabbing more balls to the back of the net than three Premier League sides, including a team that managed to secure safety against relegation.
The Pharaoh’s 32 goals this season are regarded as the best achievement in a Premier League campaign of 38 games, beating Liverpool’s very best Luis Suarez, Alan Shearer the most remarkable goalscorer in the competition’s history and the current best living goalscorer Cristiano Ronaldo during his spell at Manchester United.
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