Mohamed Salah: Scoring Records and Achievements
Mohamed Salah, the star of the Egyptian and Liverpool national team, achieved 3 records, after scoring two goals against Djibouti.
Cairo International Stadium will host the match between Egypt and Djibouti, as part of the first week of the 2026 World Cup qualifiers.
The Pharaohs team is in the first group, alongside “Sierra Leone, Ethiopia, Burkina Faso, Guinea Bissau, and Djibouti.”
Rui Vitoria entered the match with a formation consisting of:
Goalkeeper: Mohamed El-Shenawy.
Defense line: Omar Kamal – Ahmed Sami – Mohamed Abdel Moneim – Ahmed Fattouh.
Midfield: Marwan Attia – Mohamed Elneny – Ahmed Sayed Zizo.
Offensive line: Omar Marmoush – Mustafa Mohamed – Salah.
Mohamed Salah reaches the 13th goal in the World Cup qualifiers
After scoring a brace in the Djibouti match, Salah was able to increase his number of international goals to 51 goals, thus occupying second place on the Egyptian national team’s top scorers list.
Salah’s tally in the African World Cup qualifiers also rose to 13 goals, ranking second behind Mohamed Aboutrika, who scored 14 goals.
The Egyptian Pharaoh was also able to break his goal drought with the national team after four matches, in his matches against Guinea, Tunisia, Zambia and Algeria.
His last international goal was against Malawi last March.