The Premier League hasn't seen a player score 30 goals since Luis Suarez's 31-goal haul in the 2013/14 season, which is testament to the season Salah has had, a season that could perhaps end with a PFA Player of the Year Award and Champions League winners medal.
Salah, who has scored 33 goals across 57 caps for Egypt, will next be in action for Liverpool when they take on the Premier League's bottom-place club West Brom at the Hawthorns in Saturday's early kick-off.
In the process the 25-year-old has helped his side notch up a total of 78 goals in the league thus far, second only to league leaders and confirmed champions Manchester City.
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Some of that is what Kerr gained from Spurs coach Gregg Popovich: "You take whatever is in front of you and you embrace it". While Kerr is more of a rotation stickler, the one position where he likes to gamble on matchups is the center spot.
He is of course leading the race to win the Premier League golden boot, but refused to be drawn on the situation surrounding Harry Kane's "goal" against Stoke, which was accredited to him on appeal, despite little evidence to suggest that he actually touched the ball. I am happy to have this feeling, you know? I will try my best to score again and help the team. That is the most important thing for us, that we play as a team, as 11 players, and so each goal for me is to help the team.
"I don't want to say anything about that!" .
"He could have had a few today but he kept going and kept going and got his goal in the end".
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"I was afraid that Salah might fail at Liverpool, but I think he is ready to jump to the next level".
"It's also very close, it's just seven goals, but let's see", Salah said.
Now, Aldridge - writing in his column for Sunday World - feels it is time for Klopp to rest Salah in the league to ensure the Egyptian is fully fit for Liverpool's semi-final against Roma; even if that means losing out on the Golden Boot.
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When asked whether he would rather win the Golden Boot or the Champions League, Salah said: "If you had a choice, then of course it is the Champions League".