Mohamed Salah and his companions in Liverpool are seeking to continue the victories achieved by the team in the last period to settle a qualifying seat for the European Champions League in its next edition, with Waiting for the fourth Manchester United falter, which is one point ahead of the Reds.
Liverpool vs Aston Villa
Liverpool ranks fifth with 65 points collected through 36 matches, winning only 19 matches, drawing 8 matches and losing 9 other matches.
Liverpool and Aston Villa
Aston Villa ranks eighth after collecting 57 points in 36 matches, as the team won 17 matches, drew 6, and lost 13 other confrontations.
Liverpool beat Leicester City, 3-0, in the last confrontation, while Aston Villan won 2-1 against Tottenham.
Mohamed Salah numbers with Liverpool
Salah starred in the last Leicester City match, after he succeeded in making the three goals in the match, to reach the tenth assist in the English Premier League during the current season.
Mohamed Salah reached the 57th assist, becoming the second best African player to pass in the history of the English Premier League, surpassing Drogba with 56 assists.
And the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah and his companions have no alternatives but to win in order to preserve their chance to qualify for the Champions League, knowing that Liverpool achieved 7 consecutive victories in the Premier League, starting with facing Leeds United, then Nottingham Forest, West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur, Fulham and finally Brentford and Leicester City.
The Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, continues his brilliance with Liverpool, after scoring 19 goals so far in the English Premier League, to occupy fourth place in the tournament’s top scorer rankings this season.
Mohamed Salah ranks fifth in the list of Liverpool’s top scorers throughout its history, with 186 goals in 303 matches he played in the Reds shirt in various competitions, equal to former star Stephen Gerrard.
Salah reached his 100th goal at “Anfield” stadium, in all competitions, since joining the ranks of the Reds in the summer of 2017, coming from Italian Roma.
Mohamed Salah aims to break the number of French legend Thierry Henry, the former Arsenal striker, if he scores a goal against Aston Villa, as he has 19 goals and 10 assists in his account this season in the English Premier League competition, and he seeks to score the 20th goal in the Premier League..
And if Salah scores a goal during the Aston Villa match, or the next match against Southampton, he will become the first player in the history of the English Premier League to score 20 goals and provide 10 assists in 3 different seasons..
The Pharaoh will destroy the achievement of Frenchman Thierry Henry, the legend of Arsenal, who managed to score 20 goals or more and make 10 goals or more in two different seasons during his eight seasons in north London, in the 2002-2003 and 2004-2005 seasons.
Liverpool and Aston Villa
And the German coach, Jurgen Klopp, received a two-match ban and a fine of 75,000 pounds sterling, after his comments against Paul Tierney, referee of the Tottenham match in the English Premier League.
The FA statement read: “Jurgen Klopp admitted that his comments about the match referee during media interviews after the match constitute inappropriate behavior because they involve bias and question the referee’s integrity, and are personal and offensive comments that lead to the disrepute of the match.”
And Jurgen Klopp was suspended from one match after referee Paul Tierney was accused of bias after Liverpool’s 4-3 victory over Tottenham last month. Klopp received a touchline ban after his comments on the match, with the first activated immediately, and the second match suspended until the end of the 2023 season. 24 provided that he does not commit any further wrongdoing in the meantime.
Liverpool also recently announced the departure of the quartet, Roberto Firmino, Naby Keita, James Milner and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, at the end of the current season, after their contracts with the club expired.
A Liverpool statement said: “Liverpool can confirm that Roberto Firmino, Naby Keita, James Milner and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will all leave the club upon the expiration of their contracts this summer.”
The quartet will begin each new chapter in their career after the 2022-23 season concludes, having helped the Reds raise some of the game’s biggest trophies during their spells at Anfield.