Ian Rush believes Mohamed Salah is on his way to breaking his record of scoring 47 goals for Liverpool in all competitions in a single season. "He created a lot of goals for himself out of nothing, but I think what Salah has done this season outdoes Suarez".
The former Chelsea man has been the best player for Liverpool so far this campaign and has been one of the best footballers in the Premier League.
"It gets people talking with a bit of light-hearted banter and I think everyone could do with that these days".
Egypt coach Hector Cuper declares Mohamed Salah among the world's best players following the Liverpool forward's latest goalscoring display. "I'm more pleased that we won three trophies than I did scoring 47 goals".
Salah is the current top scorer of the illustrious Premier League with 28 goals and made headlines when he struck four times and dished out an assist to guide Liverpool to a 5-0 rout of Watford last Saturday.
"For someone to score 47 goals would be an wonderful feat and he is capable of doing it if we can get a good run in the Champions League - when I scored 47 goals we won the European Cup so it does need that little bit longer".
Rush's remarkable season was no outlier.
Ronaldo is also ahead of the rest when it comes to his goals average, having scored his 21 strikes in just 13 appearances at a rate of one goal every 55 minutes.
"He's got the goals, I don't see why he couldn't win it".
Liverpool had become fearful that Salah would follow the lead of Philippe Coutinho, who joined Barcelona in January when he became the third most expensive player in history in a £142million deal. You're willing to try everything because you know nine times out of 10 that it will come off.
"You're always looking to improve each season because the opposition will be doing exactly the same".