No player has scored more goals in their first 100 Premier League appearances for Liverpool than Mohamed Salah.
The No.11 reached his century of top-flight games against Bournemouth earlier this month and, by netting, took his goal tally to 70 - seven more than the Reds’ previous record-holder during that timeframe, Fernando Torres.
But, beyond that headline figure, what other stats emerged from the first 100 Premier League matches of Salah’s Liverpool career?
Here, with the help of Opta, we’ve broken down the key numbers behind the Egyptian’s ton…
8,423 – minutes played (of a possible 9,000)
120 – minutes per goal
97 – starts
56 – left-footed goals
46 – goals scored at Anfield
24 – away goals
24 – assists
18 – goals assisted by Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane (nine each - more than any other teammate)
11 – right-footed goals
8 – goals scored versus both Bournemouth and Watford (his favourite opponents in terms of number of goals)
7 – penalties scored
7 – Andy Robertson’s number of assists for Salah (third-most, behind Firmino and Mane)
3 – headed goals
1 – goal assisted by Alisson Becker
INCREDIBLE 😱 @Alissonbecker's brilliant assist, @MoSalah's superb goal... and THAT celebration 🤩 https://t.co/RHyu0ZwXsH— LFC (Liverpool FC) 19th Jan 22:00