Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is poised to rewrite the club’s history books tonight as the Reds face Sparta Prague in the UEFA Europa League Last 16.

After narrowly missing out on setting a new record in the first leg, Salah eyes the milestone of becoming the first Liverpool player to score 20 goals in seven successive seasons.

Coach Jurgen Klopp emphasizes Salah’s importance in tonight’s game, not only for securing victory but also for enhancing the Egyptian’s match fitness. Despite Liverpool’s comfortable 5-1 lead, Salah is expected to feature prominently as Klopp seeks to prepare him for upcoming challenges, including Sunday’s clash at Old Trafford against Manchester United.

Salah’s current tally stands at 19 goals for the season, placing him on the verge of creating history. The achievement would surpass the likes of Ian Rush and Roger Hunt, highlighting Salah’s prolific scoring prowess.

Already the club’s all-time Premier League top scorer and a dominant force in European competitions, Salah continues to carve his name into Liverpool’s illustrious legacy. Despite a disallowed goal in the previous encounter against Sparta Prague, Salah remains determined to clinch the record, poised to make history yet again.

As anticipation builds for Thursday night’s showdown, all eyes are on Salah as he aims to etch his name even deeper into Liverpool’s storied football heritage.