A head-turning statistic surrounding the production of Liverpool star Mohamed Salah against the very best the Premier League has to offer has come to the fore on Sunday evening.
Wide-man Salah, of course, has seen his name take its place front and centre across the English football headlines once more tonight.
This comes owing to the Egyptian international’s latest match-winning display.
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool were back in action a short time ago, welcoming champions Manchester City to Anfield for a crunch showdown.
The Reds headed into proceedings in the knowledge that nothing but a win would suffice, amid a dismal opening to the campaign which had culminated in just ten points secured from eight league outings.
And, when all was said and done, turn things around courtesy of a morale-boosting victory is precisely with Klopp and co. went on to do.
This came as the aforementioned Salah rolled Joao Cancelo, latching onto a lofted through ball from goalkeeper Alisson before slotting the game’s only goal calmly beyond the advancing Ederson:
And now, as alluded to above, the brilliance of Liverpool’s starring wide-man has been aptly highlighted by an altogether noteworthy statistic.
Salah, it has been revealed, has scored an impressive nine goals against Manchester City over the length of his Reds career to date.
The only club whom the ex-Chelsea man has found the net more frequently against, meanwhile, are Manchester United (10), perfectly encapsulating Salah’s penchant for stepping up to the plate in the so called ‘big games’: