Mohamed Salah can’t stop scoring right now for Liverpool.
He scored two goals in the Merseyside derby as his side won 4-1 at Goodison Park against Everton.
In just 14 Premier League games, Salah has scored 13 goals and added eight assists as the Reds look set to battle Chelsea and Man City for the title.
The Egyptian star has been unstoppable this year and many have called him the best player in the world right now.
So it was perhaps a little surprising that he only came seventh at the Ballon d’Or, with the top prize going to Lionel Messi on Monday.
He was behind Cristiano Ronaldo and Chelsea duo N’Golo Kante and Jorginho.
While many believed Robert Lewandowski should have beaten Messi for the price, Salah’s seemingly low stance also raised eyebrows.
He was asked about it in his interview after beating Everton and said: “I have no comment.”
Salah couldn’t help but smile at the question, but didn’t expand.
It was a beautiful night for Liverpool on the pitch and exactly what Jurgen Klopp would have asked for.
“The manager’s message was that they are going to play hard physically, go 100% challenge every ball,” said Salah.
“We just have to play our game, keep the ball and create chances, that’s what we did.”
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