Salah has joined a very special club. The Egyptian striker scored a goal which meant he reached 100 Premier League goals. It also gave the Reds a 0-1 lead at Leeds United.
The Egyptian has now got 100 league goals (two for Chelsea and 98 for Liverpool), Alexander-Arnold assisted from the right flank with a good low cross to the near post where Salah scored from.
In 162 matches, as well as 100 goals, he has given 36 assists, won the league once, two Golden Boots, a player of the season award and the player of the month award three times.
Salah is one of Liverpool's attackers who has been good for the last two seasons in front of goal. Now, with 100 goals to his name, he is the fourth current player who has reached that landmark.
Harry Kane (166 goals,Tottenham), Jamie Vardy (120, Leicester City) and Romelu Lukaku (116, Chelsea, West Bromwich Albion, Everton and Manchester United) are the other three ahead of him.