Salah became the first player since Ian Rush in the 1980's to score at least 20 goals for five successive seasons after finding the back of the net during Liverpool's Champions League clash with AC Milan on Tuesday night.
Rio Ferdinand believes Salah's impeccable goalscoring ability is down to his 'supreme confidence', while Peter Crouch labelled him as 'the best player in the Premier league at the moment'.
Michael Owen says Mohamed Salah has transformed from 'average finisher' to an 'unbelievable goalscorer' and claims the Liverpool forward must be handed a 'big contract'
Salah scored his record-breaking goal from the rebound of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's strong right-footed effort in the 36th minute of the game.
The Egyptian watched on as Oxlade-Chamberlain and Neco Williams linked up nicely before getting himself in prime position for any second-phase opportunities.
The ball sprayed out off Mike Maignan's gloves to Salah. The Liverpool forward demonstrated his lightening quick reactions to find the back of the net and