Mohamed Salah Record vs Chelsea: Chelsea vs Liverpool Preview 2022
One of the most anticipating games of the week is upon, as Chelsea will welcome Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on Sunday evening. On this occasion, we look at how Liverpool's main man, Mo Salah has fared vs Chelsea in the past.
Chelsea have been regarded title contenders this season as they got a flying start to the new season, but things quickly turned topsy-turvy since their 2-2 draw against Manchester United.
They have won only four games in the last nine games after a 2-2 draw against the Red Devils. And the covid cases in the squad have put Tuchel in a dilemma, and on top of that their poor performance has resulted in eight points gap between table leaders, Manchester City.
While Liverpool have been consistent with their performance and eked out positive results. However, an unexpected loss to Leicester have stretched the gap to eight points between the Reds and Manchester City. Liverpool and Chelsea are equal on points.
The Reds have constantly found the back of the net with the help of their talisman Mohamed Salah, who has contributed to most Liverpool goals. However, his penalty miss against Leicester led to a huge loss as they suffered the second defeat of the season.
Despite the penalty miss Mo Salah has been solid in front of the goal, and we look at his record vs Chelsea.
Remember this belter from Mohamed Salah vs Chelsea when Liverpool needed all three points to stay in touch with Man City in the title race in the 2018-19 season.
Quite a satisfactory stats against the Blues, Mohamed Salah, has found the back of net six times against his former team Chelsea in 16 games. Since arriving at Liverpool, the Egyptian has developed into a different player, scoring goals after goals and breaking records.
This season, Salah has been in the top five list of European top-scorers and will add more to his tally next year.
The penalty miss would not harm his performance in the previous game, and the 29-year-old will be ready to bounce back and redeem himself when he faces his former team on Sunday.