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FutureStarrMohamed Salah's Scoring Streak Helps Liverpool Secure 6th Consecutive Win
Reds claim sixth consecutive win, keeping their slim hopes for top four finish alive with 2-1 win against Chelsea. Scoring came from Virgil Van Dijk and Mohamed Salah respectively. Egypt international Mohamed Elneny finally ended a goal drought of nearly two months with his first goal of the season as Liverpool came from behind to beat Southampton 3-2 and overtake Manchester City into first spot. This marked Klopp's side's rise above Man City into top spot. Mohamed Salah’s Goals Helped Liverpool Secure a 6th Consecutive Win Mohamed Salah's journey to the top of European football has been nothing short of extraordinary. Hailed by some as an "unworthy Chelsea reject," and criticised for signing for Liverpool for PS35 Million from Roma last summer, the Egyptian has gone on to shatter records and play an instrumental role in Liverpool's title challenge this season. From humble origins in Nagrig, Egypt - his name now being synonymous with success across both clubs and nations! Salah's incredible goalscoring run helped Liverpool secure a sixth-straight victory in the Premier League and move within two points of fourth-placed Manchester United with one game left to play. Salah, 25, has now netted 40 goals this season - 38 for Liverpool alone and four more in Champions League action! Liverpool began the season strongly and their top-four hopes were given an immense boost by Salah, who scored in all four league matches in which Liverpool appeared. Starting off his scoring spree with an exquisite curling effort against Norwich before adding two close range goals after being picked out by Virgil Van Dijk. On 15 September, he made himself known against Watford by scoring two goals - both stunning individual efforts. The first goal left a defender ground before cutting in from outside before sliding the ball past the goalkeeper for the goal of his life. While his second was more dynamic; dancing around three defenders before sliding it home. Liverpool forward Divock Origi made an impressive start to the season when he scored from the penalty spot during their 7-0 Champions League victory against Spartak Moscow, becoming only the second Liverpool player since John Aldridge to score in all four league matches during that year. The Egyptian’s Goals Against Watford Mohamed Salah scored twice during Liverpool's 5-0 victory against Watford on Wednesday, giving their Champions League hopes a boost and continuing his impressive scoring run across all competitions. Thanks to Salah, seven out of their last eight matches have been won and their top-four hopes remain alive with one game left over Manchester United. Salah hit his 184th goal for Liverpool FC on Tuesday, surpassing Luis Suarez's previous total of 84 goals scored at Anfield. As is often the case in his 300+ appearances for Liverpool, Salah made an early statement by scoring from a penalty spot early in the match after Issa Diop had fouled him inside the box. Egyptian set up two goals during Liverpool's victory, providing assists for Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino respectively. Furthermore, he scored his 185th goal at Anfield - equalling Steven Gerrard as fifth all-time scorer of all time at Liverpool FC. Salah's second goal in the buildup to a corner was a sublime display of mastery, leaving Craig Cathcart unguarded before curving it into the bottom-left corner of the net with remarkable ease. It proved once again why Egyptian has become such an integral member of Jurgen Klopp's side since joining them two seasons earlier. The Egyptian’s Goals Against Arsenal Mohamed Salah continues to make history for Liverpool with another stellar scoring run, starting in Saturday's 2-0 win against Leeds with an early strike to help extend their winning run to six matches and restore hopes of top-four success. Even under pressure from their visitors, Jurgen Klopp's Reds held up admirably against every challenge from the visitors. It was an exciting game played at high-tempo with Gapko taking advantage of Trent Alexander-Arnold's cross to score for home side before Salah secured victory for Liverpool. Rob Holding unwittingly fouled Jota on the hour mark and gave Mohamed Elneny an opportunity to add another goal with a penalty kick, but he failed to hit its target. Later in the 57th minute though Virgil Van Dijk floated a pass his way and Liverpool forward Adam Lallana side-footed it home easily for their third goal of the match. Salah was honored with the PFA Players' Player of the Month award after an exceptional performance, becoming the first Liverpool player ever to score in all 16 rounds of Champions League this season. His goals have been essential in leading Liverpool to victory against Manchester City as they go seven games unbeaten across all competitions; currently 15 points back. The Egyptian’s Goals Against Bournemouth After a slow start to the season, Salah saw his full potential emerge during November and December. He scored three goals in four consecutive Premier League matches against Tottenham, Manchester United, Southampton and Arsenal; an unprecedented feat no other player had managed before him. Salah gave his best performance of all against Bournemouth on Saturday, being involved in all three Liverpool goals during their 4-0 away victory to move up to second in the Premier League table. Egyptian star Mohamed Elneny provided assists for Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino before scoring himself with a sublime strike in the 74th minute - joining Teddy Sheringham who managed this feat five times between 1992/93 and 1995/96. With this goal he now becomes one of only two players ever to score every Matchweek 1 fixture of a season - joining him by scoring in every Matchweek 1 fixture since 1992/93 until 1995/96. As Salah made his return following losing the Golden Boot race, he was noticeably subdued. Missing two chances against The Bees left Fantasy Football fans fuming; yet in the 79th minute he made amends by setting up Mbuemo for an impressive goal-scoring effort from Mbuemo himself. Jurgen Klopp's side were victorious against Manchester City on Tuesday in an electrifying match that saw them move two points clear of them in the battle for top spot and extend their winning streak to six matches, putting pressure on any of Manchester City's hopes for top four, whilst seeing Mohamed Salah return fully fit as well as bring an end to Erling Haaland's 10-game goal scoring drought come to fruition. The Egyptian’s Goals Against Chelsea There aren't many players capable of scoring eight goals on the opening weekend of a Premier League season, yet Mohamed Salah just made history by becoming one. His strike against Norwich City cemented Salah's place alongside Alan Shearer, Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard as one of only a select few to achieve this feat on opening day for their respective clubs. Former Chelsea player Mohamed Salah scored his 100th league goal at Anfield and the Egyptian crowd rose to their feet in celebration as he headed in Fabinho corner in the 13th minute, keeping Liverpool's slim hopes of top four contention alive by moving ahead by one point over Manchester United with two games still left in their schedule. Salah helped Liverpool extend their unbeaten record at Anfield to 42 matches across all competitions, playing an instrumental role in both of their second-half goals as they went on to claim victory with late header from Jordan Henderson and close-range effort from Salah himself. Liverpool's Egyptian attacker then laid on their third as he sent in a tantalising cross for Firmino to head in from close range - his sixth consecutive league goal and closing in on top five spot in Premier League scoring charts. Egyptian star Mohamed Elneny proved instrumental in Jurgen Klopp's side extending their impressive start to the season against Chelsea with an emphatic win, ending Chelsea's hopes of imitating Arsenal's 2004 Invincibles while dropping down into sixth in the Premier League table.