Mohamed Salah continues to break ground in the Premier League after becoming one of the league’s greats with his goal against Arsenal.

Liverpool legend Mohamed Salah has etched his name into the Premier League history books after his stunning goal against Arsenal in a 1-1 draw at Anfield.

Salah enters Premier League record books


Salah scored Liverpool’s equaliser against the Gunners after ghosting past Oliksander Zinchenko and sending a rocket of a shot into the top corner to pull his side level in the 29th minute.

The goal helped Liverpool earn a point against Arsenal in a tense and exhilarating affair and also put Salah in the pantheon of Premier League stars.

With his goal against Arsenal, Salah entered the top 10 highest goalscorers in Premier League history, eclipsing fellow Liverpool great Michael Owen.

He has now scored 151 goals in the Premier League, beating the likes of Owen, Teddy Sheringham, Dwight Yorke, and Robin van Persie, and sits 10th on the all-time top scorers’ list.

Alan Shearer, on 260 goals, still tops the list of Premier League goalscorers and will be confident of retaining his place at the zenith of the list after Harry Kane, who has scored 213 times in the Premier League, left England for German giants Bayern Munich.