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Unmissable numbers from Liverpool's victory against Burnley in the English Premier League


The confrontation of the professional English team, Liverpool, in its ranks, the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah and his counterpart Burnley, was celebrated with many records and distinguished statistics, after the Reds succeeded in resolving the match in his favour, 2-0, in the match that brought them together this afternoon, Saturday, in the second round of the English Premier League competitions. At Anfield.


The most prominent numbers of the Liverpool match against Burnley were as follows..

Virgil van Dijk played 48 matches in the Premier League with Liverpool at Anfield, and he did not lose any of those matches (Win 43, Draw 5), only Lee Sharp played more matches at home with one team in the championship without losing (59 with Manchester United).


Only Mohamed Salah (23) has scored more goals with Liverpool in the Premier League since the start of last season than Diogo Jota (11).


Fewest matches to reach 11 goals with Liverpool in the English Premier League: 14 Mohamed Salah, 15 Daniel Sturridge, 19 Fernando Torres, 21 Diogo Jota.


Trent Alexander-Arnold made goals in the English Premier League (34), as did Cristiano Ronaldo.


The most goals scored by African players in the English Premier League: Didier Drogba 104 goals, Mohamed Salah 98 goals, Emmanuel Adebayor 97 goals, Sadio Mane 96 goals, Yakubu 95 goals.


Trent Alexander-Arnold has assisted Sadio Mane in 9 Premier League goals, more than any other Liverpool player.


No defender has scored more goals in the Premier League since the start of last season than Trent Alexander-Arnold (8).


Sadio Mane is the fifth player from Liverpool to score 50+ goals at Anfield in the English Premier League: 85 Robbie Fowler goals, 69 Steven Gerrard goals, 63 Michael Owen goals, 56 Mohamed Salah goals, 50 Sadio Mane goals.


Burnley became the first team to start a Premier League game with 1-11 players since Charlton Athletic against Southampton in 1998/99.

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