Salah is also scoreless…Son Heung-min has one more game left!
Can Tottenham Hotspur Son Heung-min succeed as the miracle come-from-behind scorer? Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, the top scorer, was silent for six consecutive games in the official match.
Salah played as a substitute for Aston Villa in the 36th round of the 2021-2022 Premier League held at Villa Park in Birmingham, England on the 11th (Korea Standard Time).
He helped win 2-1 without scoring any offensive points.
Salah remained in the league with 22 goals.
Salah stepped on the ground in the 27th minute of the second half with a 2-1 lead.
Salah went around the pitch for about 20 minutes, recording one shot and one key pass.
Postscored dotcom, a statistical site, gave it six points.
Salah fell into a long silence after the multi-goal explosion against Manchester United on the 20th of last month.
There are no goals in four Premier League matches and two Champions League matches.
In the meantime, the competition for the top scorer has also become a mystery. Son Heung-min chased at a tremendous speed.
The remaining schedule is now advantageous for Son Heung-min. Salah has two games and Son Heung-min has three games left.
British media “Mirror” analyzed that Salah appeared in too many games this season and his physical strength was deteriorated.
In fact, Salah fell into a slump after playing for Egypt’s national team in the Africa Cup of Nations in February.
Salah had previously scored 16 Premier League goals and seven Champions League goals.
At that time, Son Heung-min scored only nine goals in the Premier League.
However, the situation has been reversed since February. While Salah added six goals, Son Heung-min scored 11 goals.
Salah has stopped at 22 goals since the match against Manchester United on 20 April. Son Heung-min followed up to 20 goals.
Son Heung-min is set to play a home game against Arsenal, a home game with Burnley and an away game against Norwich City.
The match against Arsenal is a must-win to recapture the fourth place. Burnley and Norwich City are a weak team, so multi-goals are also expected.
Liverpool, on the other hand, has South Hampton and Wolverhampton remaining in the league.
The Champions League and FA Cup finals are also played, making the physical burden even greater.