Mo Salah became just the fifth player to score 150 goals for one club in the Premier League this week in Liverpool’s 4-2 win over Newcastle.

He’s been consistently scoring goals in a Liverpool shirt since he signed in 17/18 and he netted 32 times in the league. He hasn’t been able to match that crazy tally but has scored around 20 or more goals every season since then, and has been key in Liverpool’s rise back to being one of the best clubs in the world.

Any team would take a winger with those kinds of guaranteed goals every season.

“It’s a great result for us. The game was very intense and we managed to pick up three points and now we are top of the table. We need to stay calm and win every game,” he said after the win against Newcastle, as Liverpool went three points clear at the top of the table.

Liverpool were relentless against Newcastle, who played with a line of four defenders and five midfielders, meaning they could only play on the counter with Isak up top. Newcastle’s plan was to be solid in defence and for Liverpool to make a mistake. But Liverpool ended up with 32 shots, the most since the data has been recorded. Salah missed a penalty but managed to convert another late on to add to his first goal, in his last game before he heads off to the African Cup of Nations.

The smart move made by Klopp was how they could find the killer ball every time to cut through Newcastle’s midfield, making them look around with a big question mark.

“We believe a lot. We need to work hard and express ourselves on the field. If we manage to do that and work hard then we can keep winning,” says Salah about Liverpool’s title hopes. It’s very tight at the top of the table and it feels like it’s going to be a very exciting second half to the season if Liverpool can keep their momentum while Man City also try to drive forward. Aston Villa, Arsenal and Spurs are also in hot pursuit and anything can happen from here! #mmlove