Liverpool is one of the top six teams and one of the best sides in the world and therefore has been able to attract some of the greatest talents who have in turn turned them into league champions and even champions of Europe.
This season they have had a mixed results because they have been inconsistent over the course of the year.However there are some positives in their forward positions and their star forward Mohammed Salah has been able to score 20+ goals.
That record made him the first ever Liverpool player to score 20+ goals in three different seasons.He therefore made a record that no other Liverpool player has ever done.He score 32 goals in all competition in 2017/2018 season,22 in 2018/2019 and has scored 29 this season.
Salah's stunning nice finish to fire Liverpool into an early lead against Newcastle was not enough for the Reds, as they conceded a late in the game an equaliser to see their chances of Champions League football next season start to fade.
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