IS SALAH BETTER THAN HENRY, RONALDO?

IS SALAH BETTER THAN HENRY, RONALDO?

Liverpool talisman Mohamed Salah has been in sensational form in the Premier League this season and that has led to conversations on where he ranks amongst Premier League greats such as Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo. Salah has consistently been one of the best players in the Premier League since he returned to the competition in the colours of Liverpool four years ago. The Egyptian international had played for Chelsea in the Premier League until 2015 when he left to play for both Fiorentina and AS Roma in the Italian Serie A. Mo Salah returned to become a key player for Liverpool in the Premier League two years later.

IS SALAH BETTER THAN HENRY, RONALDO?
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Salah, 29, has always been a consistent goalscorer in the Premier League, but he has been able to take itto a new level this season. The Egyptian has scored in each of his last sevenPremier League games till date.He has found the back of the net nine times during the aforementionedseven-game run.

Frenchman Thierry Henry and Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo are widely regarded astop three Premier League imports alongside Sergio Aguero. Salah has entered into the conversationof the greatest Premier League imports thanks to his Liverpool form over the last four years, especially since the start of this season.

In addition to being the greatest Premier League imports, Henry, Ronaldo and Aguerohave always been mentioned as the best players in the history of the Premier League. As far as Premier League imports are concerned, Mo Salah has shown that he has a strong case to be in a better position thanRonaldo. He has a Premier League ratio of 0.64 goals-per-game after netting 107 goals in 167 games, while Ronaldo has a Premier League ratio of 0.43 goals-per-game after scoring 87 goals in 202 games over two Manchester United spells. On his part, Henry scored 175 goals in 228 Premier League goals in two Arsenal spells at the ratio of 0.68 goals-per-game.