Liverpool star player, Mohamed Salah has declared that he wants to complete his record of scoring against every other top-six Premier League side when Liverpool face United on Saturday.
The Egyptian winger is the league’s joint-top scorer alongside Harry Kane with 24 goals, and strikes against Manchester City, Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal have helped Salah reached that impressive tally.
Ahead of Liverpool’s trip to Old Trafford, Salah told Carragher he is “excited” to face United in his bid to secure a top-six clean sweep when it comes to goals.
“I remember it [De Gea’s save]. I also missed an easy chance in that game, but he is great,” Salah said.
“I try to look for a goal in any game I play,” Salah told skysport.
I thought already about that and I’m very excited to play in that game because this is the only team in the top six I didn’t score against. Only Manchester [United]!”