16:52 BST 12/09/2021
The Egyptian becomes the 30th player to reach the milestone after his strike at Elland Road on Sunday
Mohamed Salah has become the latest player to enter the Premier League’s illustrious 100-goal club after he netted a first-half finish against Leeds at Elland Road.
The Egypt international, a continued history-maker during his time with the Reds, has brought up another landmark achievement after striking early for Jurgen Klopp’s visitors on Sunday.
It is the latest milestone smashed by the 29-year-old, who joins the rarefied company of further Premier League legends in notching up triple-figures in the English top flight.
How did Salah reach the landmark?
Salah had moved to 99 Premier League goals prior to the international break, netting a penalty in the Reds’ draw against his former club Chelsea.
And the 29-year-old wasted little time in reaching his latest Liverpool landmark against Leeds.