Mohamed Salah has reached his 100th match in the Premier League after participating against Bournemouth in round 16 of the current season.
Salah’s start in the English Premier League was with Chelsea in the winter of the 2013-2014 season when he moved from FC Basel, before leaving the league in the winter of 2014-2015 and returning from the Liverpool gate in the 2017-2018 season.
Salah’s 100 matches came with 87 games for Liverpool and 13 games for Chelsea with 7816 minutes.
Salah celebrated his 100th participation by scoring with a wonderful goal and creating a goal for his colleague Nabi Keita, with a wonderful artistic touch after “back-heel pass”, making his teammate unique
Salah's goal made him the fourth most scored in 100 games, reaching 63 goals.
Salah is behind Alan Shearer (79 goals), Rod van Nesselroi (68 goals) and Sergio Aguero (64 goals)
61 of Salah's goals were with Liverpool, in addition to two goals with Chelsea, his first goal in the league was companionship with the Blues and against Arsenal in the London derby.