Liverpool’s standout performer, Mohamed Salah, is on the brink of joining an exclusive club that includes Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer, Harry Kane, and Sergio Agüero, as he eyes a remarkable fifth season with 20 or more Premier League goals. In the 31-year history of the competition, only a handful of players have achieved this feat, making Salah’s consistent prowess and goal-scoring reliability truly exceptional.
Upon his arrival at Liverpool, Salah set the stage with a record-breaking 32-goal season, a performance that remains one of the Premier League’s finest. While maintaining such extraordinary heights was a daunting task, Salah has impressively netted between 19 and 23 goals in each of the last five campaigns, showcasing a level of consistency that borders on robotic precision.
In the upcoming season, Salah aspires to join the ranks of legends like Henry, Shearer, Agüero, and Kane, all of whom have notched 20 or more goals in five separate Premier League seasons. Henry achieved this feat during five consecutive seasons of dominance, Agüero displayed similar excellence in six out of his eight seasons at Manchester City, Kane reached the mark six times over a slightly longer period, and Shearer stands out with seven 20+ goal campaigns over an impressive 11-year span.
Salah’s 2023/24 season has commenced strongly, with his recent brace against Brighton bringing his goal tally to five in the first eight matches. If he maintains this scoring rate, projecting between 23 and 24 goals by the season’s end, Salah could position himself alongside the elite company of Aguero and Kane, or even emulate Shearer’s remarkable seven seasons.
Despite facing potential interest from Saudi Arabia, Salah shows no signs of decline. Instead, he continues to evolve into a more versatile attacker, enhancing both his goal-scoring prowess and creative play.
While rumors suggest that Lionel Messi may clinch the Ballon d’Or once again this year, Salah’s historic achievements in the fiercely competitive Premier League undeniably establish him as one of the all-time greats, regardless of individual accolades.