Salah: Liverpool can win Prem next season

No Player Has More Top Five League Goals Than Mo Salah

Jurgen Klopp's men needed a bit of revitalising after their defeat to Manchester United, and Watford proved to be the flawless energy drink - as the Reds, led by the unstoppable Mohamed Salah simply steamrolled Javi Garcia's men. "The boys love playing together with him".

Bottom club West Bromwich appear doomed after they lost 2-1 at home to Bournemouth, having led through Jay Rodriguez's 49th-minute opener.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said after Saturday's performance that 25-year-old Salah could one day succeed Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as the world's best player.

Salah's display saw him write his name in Liverpool's history books, becoming the only Reds' only player to score as many goals (36 and counting) in his debut season.

"I don't think Mo or anybody else wants to be compared with Lionel Messi - he is the one who has been doing what he's been doing for what feels like 20 years or so".

Though he didn't add to his tally of 14 goals for the campaign, Mane created the same number of chances as Salah (three each), more than any other player.

Unbeaten at home in the Premier League all season against a team whose travels tend to end in defeat, Liverpool strolled past Watford with insouciant glee in snowglobe conditions.

Liverpool's next game comes on March 31, away to Crystal Palace, with Saturday's victory moving them back up to third in the Premier League table.

Watford did not cause any major threat to the Reds defence but there was a little scare when the Hornets playmaker Roberto Pereyra whipped in a free-kick hitting the crossbar and going out of play.

Salah jinked his way past the helpless Jose Holebas before slotting past Orestis Karnezis on his weaker right foot to get Liverpool off to the ideal start. And his consistency is very good for us, he helps us a lot.

Junior Stanislas left it late to deny West Bromwich Albion their first point since January 20 - a run of six games - as Bournemouth claimed a 2-1 victory over the Premier League's bottom side at the Vitality Stadium.

Former Liverpool striker Michael Owen: Scoring goals has always been regarded as the hardest part of the game.

Guy: Salah will be in a Barcelona shirt in the summer at this rate!

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