Mohamed Salah can break 11 records after stunning season at Anfield.
Here are the 11 records that are already broken or will possible be broken in future.
In 1983/84 campaign Ian Rush scored 47 goals in all competitions. Salah already scored 40 and will have at least 6 matches to make more goals.
Only Cristiano Ronaldo, Alan Shearer and Luis Suarez scored 31 goals in single season in the history of EPL. Egypt international has 30 goals and is two goals away from absolute record.
Salah can become first player in 130-year-history of English leagues to have more goals than 3+ teams. Currently Liverpool star has more goals than Huddersfield, West Brom and Swansea and is level with Stoke City.
Mo Salah already broke Didier Drogba’s record (29 goals) and became highest scoring African in EPL history.
Salah is first player since Cristiano Ronaldo to score 40+ goals in a single season (from EPL players). Ronaldo contributed 42 goals in 2007/08 campaign.
Robin Van Persie scored in 21 matches of the season in Manchester United. Salah already did it in 22 matches.
Salah broke Fernando Torres’s record, who scored 24 goals during his debut season in 2007/08.
Egyptian star scored 8 goals during UCL campaign and took this record to himself either.
Salah is the first player in EPL history to take 3 Player of the Month award in single season
Salah became first player from Egypt to score EPL hat-trick.
Salah broke Robbie Fowler’s record of left-footed-goals (23)