Mohamed Salah surpasses Torres' 65 goals for Liverpool after netting 66th strike

Mohamed Salah surpasses Torres' 65 goals for Liverpool after netting 66th strike

- Mohammed has scored more Premier League goals than any other player since he joined Liverpool in 2017

- The 28-year-old scored his 12th league goal of the season, 66 in total and beating Torres record of 65 strikes

- It the took the Egyptian 95 games to achieve the feat, seven games fewer than the Spanish prolific scorer

- Liverpool now have 19-points difference over Man City and are just eight wins away from winning the league title

Mohamed Salah scored his 66th goal for Liverpool after converting a spot-kick in the 2-0 win against West Ham.

The Egyptian striker is now the club's top scorer this season with 16 goals, 12 in the Premier League and four in the Champions League.

The ex-Roma star on his arrival at Liverpool, Salah has scored more Premier League goals than any other player.

Salah has now surpassed Torres' record of 65 goals for the Merseysiders in the league as the Reds are on course to win their first silverware in the English topflight division in over 30 years.

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It took the former Chelsea star 95 games to achieve the feat, seven games fewer than the Spanish prolific scorer.

Torres was deprived of a league title during his spell at Anfield before making a £50million move to Chelsea where he won the Champions League, Europa League and the FA Cup.

But with a 19-point gap on table, Salah is set to break the jinx as they are just eight wins away from winning the league.

The 28-year-old was joint-scorer in the Premier League last season alongside teammate Sadio Mane with 20 goals.

Salah helped Liverpool become European champions in the 2018-19 campaign, and was also the top marksman in his debut campaign in England in the 2017-18 term.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jesse Lingard was scolded by Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer during their Carabao Cup loss to Man City.

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The England attacker lost possession in the second half which got the Norwegian manager angry and got him animated on the touchline.

When camera panned on Solskjaer, the coach appeared to have shouted at the winger: "One more time and you're f***ing off!"

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