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The Only African Player To Score In 10 Consecutive Matches For Liverpool

English Premier League is one of the toughest football leagues in the world. All clubs participating in the Premier League sign world-class strikers that are capable of scoring many goals for their respective clubs. African players have of late been shining in the Premier League.

Mo Salah is currently among the best forwards in the English Premier League. The Egyptian captain is also the first player this season to score a hat-trick. Mo Salah has been fantastic since the start of the season. He has scored 10 goals and Provided five-assist in the current ongoing season. He is also among the top scorers in the UEFA Champions League having scored five goals against Athletico Madrid, FC Porto, and AC Milan in just three appearances.

Mo Salah is the only African player in the Premier League this season that has scored ten consecutive times across three different competitions namely, The English Premier League, UEFA Champions League, and Carabao cup.

The Liverpool forward is likely going to be crowned the top scorer in both the English Premier League and UEFA Champions League this season if he can maintain his scoring abilities thought out the season. Last season he scored 22 goals in 37 appearances.

Here is the full list of football clubs that the Egyptian has scored against this season across three different competitions.

English Premier League

He has scored 3 goals against Manchester. Mo Salah has only managed to score once against the following clubs Watford, Manchester City, Brentford, Crystal Palace, Burnley, Chelsea, Norwich City, and Leeds United. Mo Salah is likely going to score more clubs against the remaining Premier League clubs and possible break last season's Premier League record.

UEFA Champions League

He has scored twice against FC Porto and Atletico Madrid. His fifth goal in the tournament came against AC Milan

Carabao Cup

Norwich City

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