Mohamed Salah is an Egyptian footballer, born in the village of Nagrig, near the city of Basyoun on June 15, 1992. He is considered the strongest Egyptian footballer of all time and is currently the second best scorer in the history of his national team. Raised in the youth of Al-Mokawloon, a club that plays in the Egyptian top league, he made his debut in the first team in 2010. After playing in Switzerland with Basel, he moved to the Premier League, to Chelsea. Before returning to England in 2017, at Liverpool, a team in which he still plays today, he played for two seasons in Italy wearing the shirts of Fiorentina and Roma.
Salah has collected, with the clubs, 505 appearances, 233 goals and 116 assists; with the Egyptian national team, however, he can boast 84 appearances and 47 goals.
The Egyptian holds several records; he is in fact the African footballer to have scored the most goals in the Premier League (110) and is in ninth place in Liverpool’s all-time scorers list with 156 goals.
Mohamed Salah wins the Golden Foot award in 2021.
Appearances and goals with clubs: 504 and 233 goal;
Appearances and goals with the national team: 84 and 47 goal (2nd best scorer);
1 Swiss championship 2012-13; 1 UEFA Champions League 2018-19; 1 UEFA Super Cup 2019; Club World Cup 2019;
1 premier League 2019-20;
1 Carabao Cup 2021-22; 1 FA Cup 2021-22; Premier league top scorer 3 times, Golden Foot 2021.
data updated to 1/6/2022