Mo Salah opened the scoring from the penalty spot today v Leeds, meaning his found the net on opening day in each of his four seasons with Liverpool.
Only Terry Sheringham has done that in the Premier League era – and no other Liverpool player ever has.
Leeds equalised not long after to slightly quell the mood amongst Reds after our excellent start, but the achievement of Salah cannot be ignored.
He’s one of the best wingers in Premier League history already – imagine where he’ll be when his career is up.
Welcome back to the Premier League, #LUFC!
It's the worst possible start as Salah gives #LFC the lead from the spot.
Was it a penalty for handball? ✋
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) September 12, 2020
4 – Mohamed Salah is the first ever @LFC player to score on the opening day of four consecutive league seasons; he's only the second to do so in the @premierleague for any club, after Teddy Sheringham (1992-93 to 1995-96). Fab. pic.twitter.com/vhX99BEQVv
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 12, 2020