Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has greeted forward Mohammed Salah after the Egyptian scored his 100th premier league goal.
Salah became the 30th player in the history of the English top-flight football to hit 100 goals after netting in their 3-0 win over Leeds United on Sunday and according to Klopp, the player has been tremendous since he joined the club.
“Mo’s records are crazy. Since he joined us… what a player. And he’s still hungry. He was still not happy for not scoring one or two others, that’s how top-class players are,” Klopp said after watching his team draw level with Manchester United and Chelsea at the top.
The Reds are hoping to tie down Salah to a new contract as his current deal expires in 2023 with the player set to be the highest earner at the club with the new deal.