Ex-Aston Villa, Chelsea and Celtic striker Tony Cascarinorates Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah above other previous Liverpool attackers such as Robbie Fowler, Fernando Torres, Michael Owen and Luis Suarez.
Cascarino talked about present and past Liverpool forwards while he was doing his punditry job on Talk SPORT. According to him, Fernando Torres, Ururguayan striker Suarez, ex-England international Owen and Ex-England international Fowler have not achieved as much as African stars Mane and Salah in Liverpool colours as far as the Premier League era is concerned.
Fernando Torres has retired from football just like what's obtainable with the English duo of Fowler and Owen, while Luis Suarez is still an active player for Atletico Madrid in the Spanish La Liga. Uruguay national team star Suarez was the main player for Atletico Madrid as they won the league for the first time in seven years last season.
Former Republic of Ireland international Cascarinois a big fan of what Salah and Mane have achieved for Liverpool. The two African players were instrumental in Liverpool winning both the Premier League and Champions League titles over the last three years.
Salah has been the leading goalscorer at Liverpool over the past seasons. He recently scored 100 goals in the Premier League during the win over Leeds United. Salah was on target as Liverpool thrashed the Whites 3-0 away from home. Fabinho and Mane scored in the second half to add to the first half strike from Salah during the game which saw hosts Leeds United finish with ten men. The Whites had Dutch defender Patrick Struijk sent off in the second half for the foul on young Liverpool attacker Harvey Elliott.
Salah has eight goals in all competitions for the Reds this season, while fellow African attacker Mane is on four goals in all competitions.