The Premier League‘s leading marksman scored for the 30th time in the division this season against Bournemouth at Anfield to restore a five-goal cushion over Harry Kane in the race for the Golden Boot.
Salah was also included on the Professional footballers’ Association Player of the Year shortlist when that was revealed on Saturday following an incredible campaign with the Reds, for whom he has scored 40 times in all competitions.
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Mohamed Salah will be returning to the club where he turned from Chelsea flop to potential superstar after Liverpool were drawn against AS Roma in the Champions League semi-finals on Friday.
Jose Mourinho turfed the Egyptian out of Chelsea on loan to Fiorentina then Roma, where he spent the entire 2015/16 season.
After scoring 15 goals in all competitions the Giallorossi needed no further evidence that Salah was underappreciated by his London-based employers – and snapped him up for just £13.5 milliom.
Liverpool came calling a year later after he added another 19 goals to his Roma account and while the Italians made profit, the £40m they accepted for Salah’s services looks like chump change now.
Club legend Francesco Totti, now a director at Roma, recently stated that Salah has still not reached his peak in a Liverpool shirt – despite a debut season at Anfield that has seen him find the back of the net 39 times so far.
“The level he is playing at at the moment, he is one of the best players in the world — and I think he can and will get even better,” said Totti.
“I know him well, he is a good friend and wants to keep improving, to keep getting better as a player.
“He does all the right things, he trains hard, he works hard, he listens to the coaches – that’s why, as good as he is playing at the moment, I think maybe there is even one more level in him.”
Liverpool’s man of the moment Mohamed Salah has revealed the atmosphere he witnessed at Anfield during the Champions League clash against Manchester City was something he had never experienced before.
Salah can barely put a foot wrong these days. It has been a record-setting season for the Egyptian star and he capped it by booking Liverpool’s place in the Champions League last four for the first time in a decade with his 39th goal of the season, against Manchester City in the second leg on Tuesday.
Ahead of the draw to decide the Champions League semi-final line-up – which will be held on Friday afternoon – Salah said it has been a special few weeks for him.
“The atmosphere in that first game against Man City was the first time I had really seen something like that,” Salah told CNN‘s Becky Anderson.
“The Champions League nights are special for the fans too. You can feel it on the streets. There’s something very special about playing for Liverpool.”
Salah scored the opening goals in both legs of the quarter-final for Liverpool against City as the Reds advanced 5-1 on aggregate. However, coming into the clash, Salah knew his team needed to come up with a special effort against a team that was in red-hot form in the Premier League.
“When we saw the draw, everyone knew it would be a difficult game,” Salah said. “I knew it would be difficult but I said we had to be positive and win. That’s what we did.”