Who is the highest-scoring African in Premier League history?
The Premier League has seen some great talent from the African continent and has seen some amazing attackers, as Alley Sport discusses about who is the highest scoring African in Premier League history?
The highest scoring African in Premier League history: The Egyptian King
The Premier League has seen its fair share of exceptionally talented African players like Didier Drogba, Yaya Toure, Michael Essien, who have enthralled their fans with mesmerizing moments. The current crop of African players in the league is not only matching but overcoming the standards set by those trailblazers. Players like Riyad Mahrez, Sadio Mane, Pierre Emerick Aubamayeng and Wilfried Zaha have been the ones to match those icons in some capacity for their respective clubs.
But only one name stands out in the Premier League which has been extremely consistent with crazy goal contributions, tireless athleticism and endless desire for excellence week in and week out. Liverpool’s Egyptian footballing wizard Mohammed Salah, need there be said anymore.
The highest scoring African in Premier League history: Mohammed Salah
Mohammed Salah has became the top-scoring African player in Premier League history following his mesmerizing hat trick against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday. The game became even monumental for the Egyptian King as Liverpool humbled their rivals with a 5-0 thumping as he surpassed Didier Drogba’s 103 goal tally to take the top spot with 106 goals.
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