Mohamed Salah has become the second-fastest player to reach 200 Premier League goal involvements for one club, having set up two strikes in Liverpool's 3-1 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.
The Egyptian is the eighth player overall to reach a double-century for combined goals and assists with a single team, but only one has done so in fewer appearances.
Quickest players to 200 involvements for one club
|Player||Goals||Assists||Total||Matches to reach 200|
He has now recorded a goal or an assist in each of his last 11 Premier League matches, scoring five goals and setting up nine.
Salah is only the fourth player to register an assist in five consecutive away league appearances, after Muzzy Izzet in December 2003, Cesc Fabregas in January 2015 and Gerard Deulofeu in December 2015.
Overall, including his solitary assist for Chelsea in 2023/14, Salah has set up 63 Premier League goals, more than any other African player, breaking the previous record of 61 held by former Leicester City and Manchester City midfielder Riyad Mahrez.
Ending the curse
Salah's impact at Wolves on Saturday was crucial, helping Liverpool to end a six-match winless run in fixtures kicking off at 12:30 on Saturday.
Liverpool's last eight 12:30 Saturday kick-offs
|Newcastle (A)||30/04/2022||1-0 (W)|
|Fulham (A)||06/08/2022||2-2 (D)|
|Everton (A)||03/09/2022||0-0 (D)|
|Nott'm Forest (A)||22/10/2022||1-0 (L)|
|Chelsea (H)||21/01/2023||0-0 (D)|
|AFC Bournemouth (A)||11/03/2023||1-0 (L)|
|Man City (A)||01/04/2023||4-1 (L)|
|Wolves (A)||16/09/2023||3-1 (W)|