Liverpool's relatively pain-free 3-0 win over Bournemouth on Saturday marked Mohamed Salah's 100th game in Premier League football.


87 of those appearances have come in a Liverpool shirt since 2017, with the Egyptian forward also making 13 outings for Chelsea between 2013 and 2014.


Salah celebrated his century of ​Premier League games with a goal, ​Liverpool's third of the afternoon at the Vitality Stadium, as the Reds continue a fantastic first-half to the 2019/20 season.

Mohamed Salah

In 100 games, Salah has scored a remarkable 63 goals - putting him in the same bracket as some of the English top flight's greatest ever scorers.


In fact, the 27-year-old's tally of 63 puts him fourth for most goals in 100 Premier League behind only Sergio Aguero (64), Ruud van Nistelrooy (68) and Alan Shearer (79).


For extra context, that means that Salah has a better goals-to-games record in his first 100 than legends such as Michael Owen, Robbie Fowler, Thierry Henry, Wayne Rooney and Harry Kane.


Salah now moves onto 81 goals for Liverpool in all competitions, the same as Fernando Torres and just one fewer than Luis Suarez.


Not bad for a winger who couldn't hack it at ​Chelsea.


Bournemouth couldn't have been a better opponent for Salah in truth. As well as their wretched form of late, the Cherries have struggled to contain the Egyptian more than any other side.

The two-time Golden Boot winner actually has seven Premier League goals against Bournemouth (more than any other opponent), scoring in all five of his appearances against the Cherries in the competition.


Salah and Liverpool face Red Bull Salzburg on Tuesday 12 December in a make-or-break Champions League encounter. A draw or better in Austria will see Jurgen Klopp's defending champions reach the last 16, but defeat will result in elimination. 


After that, the games continue to come thick and fast for Liverpool, with ties against Watford (14/12), Aston Villa in the Carabao Cup (17/12) and potentially two Club World Cup matches all coming before Christmas.