How Liverpool’s Mo Salah compares with Spurs’ Harry Kane since 2017

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Liverpool's Mohamed Salah ceelbrates scoring against Everton. Goodison Park, December 2021.

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah and Tottenham’s Harry Kane are two of the best forwards in the Premier League – but how do they compare?

Salah, who joined Liverpool in 2017, has won two Premier League Golden Boot awards and is currently leading the race for the 2021-22 award.

Kane is the current holder of the Golden Boot award after scoring 23 league goals for Tottenham in 2020-21 but looks unlikely to retain it.

We’ve compared their Premier League stats since Salah joined Liverpool in the summer of 2017 to see who comes out on top.

As the stats show, Salah has more goals and assists and averages a direct goal contribution in the Premier League on a more regular basis than the England international.

Mohamed Salah

Games: 162
Starts: 155
Sub appearances: 7

Goals: 110
Assists: 42

Penalties scored: 15

Minutes per goal: 124.2
Minutes per non-penalty goal: 143.8
Minutes per goal or assist: 89.9

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah

READ: Eight Premier League records that Liverpool’s Mo Salah has broken

Harry Kane

Games: 142
Starts: 138
Sub appearances: 4

Goals: 89
Assists: 23

Penalties scored: 12

Minutes per goal: 138
Minutes per non-penalty goal: 159.5
Minutes per goal or assist: 109.6


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