Mo Salah is on the verge of winning the Premier League’s Golden Boot and breaking the all-time record! If you haven’t noticed, our favourite player is scoring so many goals that are making him more of a legend every single day. He has also been recently interviewed by CNN regarding his expected achievement, and damn is he humble!
It’s official that the Egyptian Liverpool player is so close to exceeding the record of the All-Time highest scorers in the Premier League. In the 38-games Premier League that started in 1995-96, the highest scoring players were Alan Shearer in 1995-96, Cristiano Ronaldo in 2007-08, and Luis Suarez in 2013-14; the three of them with 31 goals. However, the highest records in the 42-games Premier League were set by two players in two different seasons with 34 goals each: Alan Shearer in 1994-95, and Andy Cole in 1993-94.
It is safe to assume that Mo Salah is close to both records. Mo Salah has scored 30 goals so far, and the season isn’t over yet! Moreover, the consistency of his scoring seems never ending, and he is rising to stardom with each passing day.
The question that remains is, will the Egyptian player be the record breaker and change the course of the history in the Premier League? We all secretly believe that he will, as he is now so close to exceeding Alan's, Ronaldo’s and Suarez’s totals. Also, comparatively, Mo Salah has overtaken Messi’s 2017-18 tally of 29 goals in La Ligua.
After all that, Tottenham Hotspur player, Harry Kane, still thinks he can beat Mo Salah and win it! But, we have to break it to him now, and tell him that it’s pretty much impossible with only 25 Premier League goals of his own.
In addition to all of these facts, nobody has performed in their first season the same way Mo Salah has done with Liverpool!
By Sara Mosharef