Mohamed Salah is the historic top scorer for Liverpool in the Champions League

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Egyptian Mohamed Salah became Liverpool’s top scorer in the Champions League throughout history after scoring against Mittelland the Dane on Wednesday, overtaking former captain Steven Gerrard.

The Egyptian star scored a goal in the first half of the match, which was his 22nd goal in the competition with the Liverpool jersey, which made him the most scored team in the continental championship, beating Gerrard with a goal.

Mohamed Salah

scored his goals in 39 European matches; he played with the crowning team 6 times, the last of which was 2019, while the current Glasgow Rangers coach Gerrard needed 73 matches to score 21 times.

Mohamed Salah

needs 145 minutes to play in the ancient continental championship in order to score a goal, which is the best number among the top ten who scored the most goals for Liverpool in the Champions League.

The Egyptian star is the eighth-highest scorer for Liverpool in all tournaments throughout history, scoring 106 goals in 169 matches, while Ian Rush has the highest number with 324 goals.