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Mohamed Salah outperforms Ronaldo's record at Man United after 3 terms at Liverpool


Sept. 16, 2020

- Mohamed Salah has been impressive for Liverpool since joining three terms ago
- The Egyptian netted 73 goals with 28 assists in his first three seasons
- Cristiano Ronaldo on the other hand scored 60 goals with 20 assists for Man United
Mohamed Salah who currently plays for Premier League champions Liverpool has outperformed Cristiano Ronaldo's goal and assist records at Manchester United in just three seasons.
The Egypt international has been superb since he joined Liverpool from Roma and has also won the Champions League title.
Cristiano Ronaldo was known for his great goal scoring styles while in the Premier League with incredible performances for the Red Devils.
Red Devils won the Premier League in all three of Cristiano Ronaldo's top seasons but individually, Salah scored seven more goals and made eight more assists.
After three seasons at Liverpool, Mohamed Salah has scored total of 73 goals with eight assists, while Cristiano Ronaldo netted 66 goals with 20 assists.
Mohamed Salah
Goals: 32
Assists: 10
Goals: 22
Assists: 8
Goals: 19
Assists: 10
Total across all three seasons
Goals: 73
Assists: 28
Cristiano Ronaldo
Goals: 17
Assists: 8
Goals: 31
Assists: 6
Goals: 18
Assists: 6
Total across all three seasons
Goals: 66
Assists: 20
Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo has won five Ballon d'Or awards in his career so far, while Mohamed Salah is yet to be honored with the prestigious crown.
The Juventus star was spotted relaxing on his private yacht while modelling his designer's silk night wear.
The shirt sells for £955, while the trousers will set you back £855, but the 35-year-old received backlash from fans who perceived him a cheap person.
Ronaldo will be looking to begin his 2020-21 campaign with Juventus when they host Sampdoria in their first game of the season at the weekend.
Cristiano Ronaldo is currently in good goal scoring form as he hit a century of goals in Portugal's Nations League win over Sweden.
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