Any chance, Mo?
Not content with cementing his position as undoubtedly the greatest player in the world right now, the Liverpool forward has evidently taken it upon himself to make the goal of the month award his own concern by scoring the perfect Premier League strike.
You’d have thought Salah would have been satisfied enough with his astonishing effort against Manchester City a fortnight ago that staked a genuine claim for the honour.
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But no. Here at Watford – where it all started with Liverpool back in August 2017 – the Egyptian managed to arguably go one better.
His strike, having accepted a pass from Roberto Firmino just inside the area, had everything.
The pause and touch with his left foot that left Juraj Kucka standing and sent Cucho Hernandez the wrong way.
The burst of pace that took him away from Craig Cathcart and drop of the shoulder that then left the same player on the turf.
And, of course, the instant left-footed finish that curled into the far corner and left Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster watching in admiration.
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The whole motion was fluid, precise, devastating and executed in such a small space in a matter of seconds that the home defence were left to later work out what had happened at their leisure.
The reaction from the away support in front of whom Salah had just produced his latest wonder was one of astonishment before swiftly turning to delirium. They, we, everyone are being treated right now by gifts for the ages by this ridiculously good footballer.
Not that Watford, and hapless left-back Danny Rose in particular, will regard matters with such affection having been mesmerised throughout by Salah, who had helped send Liverpool on their way to this comprehensive triumph with a sublime throughball for Sadio Mane.
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Salah’s hunger for goals is insatiable, as witnessed by his clear frustration when denied another strike by Foster during the second half.
He has 10 in as many Liverpool appearances this season – scoring in all bar one game – and now, for the first time in his Reds career, has netted in six league games in a row and eight consecutive outings in all competitions.
Not a bad way for him to celebrate his 200th start for Liverpool in all competitions.
Inevitably, this latest stellar showing will bring into sharp focus negotiations over a new contract for the Egyptian.
Liverpool need to get it done. Salah’s representatives need to get it done. And the player must surely, surely know there is no better place for him than Anfield – and probably never will be.
Any chance, Mo?