“When Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi score that goal, they say he is first class. Mohamed Salah scores that goal because he is world class.”

It’s hard to put into words how good Salah’s goal was in Sunday’s 2-2 Liverpool v Manchester City, despite Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp doing the best of him.

After finding the ball on the right side of the penalty area and being surrounded by three players, Bernardo Silva threw a wise pass and a tap on the other shoe before Salah Aymeric Laporte passed and then fired an attack. and entered from the long post.

“Only the best players in the world score these goals,” said Klopp.

“The first contact, the first challenge he won, then he put him back on the right foot and closed the case, it was really extraordinary.

“This club never forgets these things, so people will talk a lot about this goal, in 50 or 60 years they will remember this goal.”

Salah has scored up to nine goals in all competitions this season. He has scored in each of his last seven appearances, making it the longest run for the Reds. In fact, he has scored in every game he has played this season.

“It was fantastic,” said Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson. “He hits players again and again and is lethal in those positions.”

To the best of him, then?

Salah’s ultimate goal was his 103rd place in the Premier League, making him the 30th player to score 100 league goals in his battle against Leeds on 12 September. Here’s a reminder of some of his other big strikes.

Liverpool 3-0 Southampton (18/11/17)

After joining Liverpool a few months earlier, his first of two points in a 3-0 win over Southampton gave a glimpse of Salah’s clinical brilliance.

He took the ball to the edge of the penalty area, hit there and launched a brilliant attack in the top corner.

Liverpool 1-1 Everton (10/12/17)

This Southampton bout was just a pallet cleaner before a livelier party.

The one against Everton was so good that they won the Puskas Award for the best goal of the year.

Liverpool 2-2 Tottenham (04/02/18)

Another goal that underlines Salah’s quick thinking and even faster legs.

With a 1-1 draw in the second half, Salah bypassed Tottenham’s defense before attempting to give the Reds the upper hand.

A goal that was worth every game, even if Harry Kane would have destroyed the party a few minutes later by equalizing the point.

Liverpool 2-0 Chelsea (14/04/19)

This is related to the strength of the attack as Salah cuts from the right and hits a 25-yard lightning bolt that went into the top corner as he dropped his boots.

Crystal Palace – Liverpool 0-7 (19/12/20)

In a match played in an empty stadium due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was a well-deserved hit of the crowd.

Salah rose again from the right and made a great attack from the goalkeeper’s reach in the corner to give him a 7-0 lead.

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