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Salah adorns the list of top scorers on the official website of the European Union

Ahmed Abdullah
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Monday, April 16 2018 – 1:44 PM
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Monday, April 16 2018 – 2:16 PM

Egyptian star Mohamed Salah scored the top scorer of Liverpool, a list prepared by the official website of the European Union “UEFA” for the top scorer of Europe.

The Reds came second in the top scorers with 30 goals, three more than Benfica’s Jonas Oliveira, who tops the top scorers in Europe with 33 goals, the UEFA official website said.

UEFA marked the celebration of the Egyptian star by reaching his 30th goal this season, describing him as England’s goals, and that he had scored a number of goals for both England striker Harry Kane and 25-goal Tottenham striker Sergio Aguero.

The UEFA official website said that the 25-year-old player is not the top scorer of the current continent and Jonas Benfica is a three-goal player. However, the Premier League top scorer in the European Union rankings, which gives him the Golden Boot award for the top scorer in the periodicals And Barcelona’s Robert Lefandowski, who has 28 goals for the Bavarian team, Lazio’s Italian striker Sergio Empoli, who is equal to the club’s top scorer, The last in terms of the number of goals in the Calcio, and each of them separated from Salah by 3 goals during the current season.

The Egyptian star reached the 40th goal of the season after scoring in his last match against Bournemouth, making Salah the first player to reach this goal in a season after English legend Ian Rush, who has scored 40 goals with Liverpool for nearly 30 years. Year-old Didier Drogba, who scored 29 goals for Chelsea in the 2009-2010 season. The 57-year-old will be the first African player to reach this goal, just as the king of Egypt, Uruguayan Luis Suarez scored seven consecutive games p Z Stadium Anfield, so 12 goals codified, and 3 industry goals and became just one goal for a record-equaling Roger Hunt’s former Liverpool star after scoring in eight consecutive matches at Anfield Stadium.

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