Indeed, there was the delicate dink in the first leg against Roma, the twist and turn left-foot curler against Everton, the halfway lob over Ederson against Manchester City and even a looping header in a win over Bournemouth.
The 25-year-old has scored many and all types of goals this season, too many to even dilute into a straightforward top five.
But the Egyptian has earmarked his favourite finish of the campaign and it’s not one you would expected.
“The goal I scored against Spartak Moscow (at Anfield in the Champions League), which was the seventh for us,” he told ON Ent when asked about the goal which made him most happy this season.
“I couldn’t believe the team had scored so many goals and I didn’t get one of them.
“I knew I would be replaced during the match since we achieved a big result and had such an important game three days later.
“So I scored the sixth or seventh goal, I can’t remember but I would have been disappointed if I hadn’t scored that goal. That’s the best goal I scored for happiness.
“I always remember the coach wanted to a replace a player and I had to look at him and tell him through body language not to replace me without scoring.”
Chief among the teams rumoured to be interested is Spanish powerhouses Real Madrid who of course will take on the Premier League side in May 26th’s Champions League final in Kiev.
The tie, though, will not only bring together European royalty, but also pit Salah against the side he’s been linked to as well as one of his heroes growing up.
In an extensive exclusive interview with Eyptian TV channel ON Ent, Salah, who has plundered 43 goals in all competitions for Jurgen Klopp’s men this season, revealed his favourite players growing up.
“(Zinedine) Zidane, Ronaldo (de Lima) and (Francesco) Totti are the ones I loved most when I was young,” he said.
“I’m lucky and so happy that I played with Totti and had a good relationship with him.
“Those are the players who I loved since I was young, but I didn’t see (Diego) Maradona and Pele.”
With the Premier League campaign now over, it’s time to hand out our end of season awards, starting with our Signing of the Season.
It would have been very easy to hand this award to Mohamed Salah. The Egyptian was signed for just over €40 million, and may well be worth nearer to €150 million now, but Liverpool’s signing of Andrew Robertson has proved equally as successful.
A huge problem area for the last decade, the Reds’ last quality left-back was John Arne Riise. Alberto Moreno’s inability to defend meant Jurgen Klopp moved to sign Robertson for just €9 million from relegated Hull City.
Liverpool’s biggest rivals for the left-back last summer were Burnley. The Scottish defender took time to adjust to life at Anfield, but once he was given the opportunity to showcase his quality on a regular basis, he never looked back.
Manchester City spent over €100 million to sign Kyle Walker and Benjamin Mendy in the same transfer window, suggesting quality full-backs don’t come cheap, but Robertson, under the guidance of Klopp, has proved otherwise.
At just 24, Liverpool have got themselves a top-quality left-back for many years to come.
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool)
The Egyptian of course deserves a mention. At just €40 million, Liverpool ended up getting themselves a bargain. If they were to sell Salah now, his value would have at least tripled. A record-breaking season helped Liverpool secure themselves of a place in the top four, all while securing a spot in the Champions League final. Salah’s incredible 32-goal haul from a wide position was simply outstanding – and Liverpool will be delighted to have got him for the price they did from Roma.
Ederson (Manchester City)
Pep Guardiola knew exactly what type of goalkeeper he wanted. Despite paying a world record fee for a goalkeeper to sign Ederson, City certainly got their money’s worth. The Brazilian was exceptional throughout the season, making a host of impressive saves that helped City to a record-breaking campaign. His range of passing and confidence on the ball were both vital to the way Guardiola wanted his side to play.
Jack Cork (Burnley)
Swansea City were relegated while Burnley secured a European spot. While the problems for the Swans were much more than just the departure of Cork, it’s no coincidence that they struggled and his new club flourished. Cork’s tireless work rate was vital to Sean Dyche throughout the season, allowing the Clarets boss to play with two strikers rather than an extra midfield man. Cork was the only midfielder to play every minute of the 2017/18 campaign.