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Lewandowski and Salah, record men from matchday one

Lewandowski and Salah, record men from matchday one

With the start of some of the main European leagues such as the Bundesliga, the Premier League and LaLiga, a large part of football on this side of the world returned and with it the figures that year after year dazzle with their quality and numbers. On this occasion, the Polish Robert Lewandoski (7) and the Egyptian Mohamed Salah (5) this weekend became the players who have scored at least one goal in the most consecutive seasons on the first date of their respective local competitions.

The first turn was for Lewandowski, the forward who with the mythical Bayern Munich 9, the same as the historic Gerd Müller who died this Sunday, converted the tie at one minute at 42 during his team’s visit to Borussia Mönchengladbach. In this way RL9 – his personal and commercial brand – scored on the first day of the last seven editions of the German first division, a record number for the contest.

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Hamburg (2015-16), Werder Bremen (2016 – 2017), Bayer Leverkusen (2017-18), Hoffenheim (2018-19), Hertha Berlin (2019-20), Schalke 04 (2020-21) and Gladbach (2021) -22) were his victims at the beginning of the last seven courses.

Mohamed Salah, took the post the following day and on Liverpool’s ‘opening day’ for 2021-22 he inflated the Norwich City net with a left shot on the edge of the area at minute 74 of the match to decree the 3-0 final in favor of Jürgen Klopp’s team.

After this goal preceded by two assists, one to Diogo Jota and the remaining to Roberto Firmino, ‘The King of Egypt’ became the first player in the history of the Premier League to score in the first game of the season for five seasons. consecutive.

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Watford (2017-18), West Ham United (2018-19), Norwich City (2019-20), Leeds United (2020-21) and again ‘Los Canarios’ (2021-22) were the rivals who saw Salah celebrate in his league debuts since his arrival in English football.

They have barely played the first 90 minutes of the local tournament and both gunners have already broken a record, which they hope will mark the start of a year in which they celebrate in their leagues and be protagonists in Europe. EFE (HN)

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