Mohamed Salah has enjoyed a phenomenal season at Liverpool where he has been rewriting the history books game after game.

The Egyptian was on target once again at weekend - and the Liverpool forward has now equalled the Premier League record for the most goals scored in a season by an African player.

 Salah's impressive Premier League haul equals the benchmark set by former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, who netted the same amount during 2009-10.

 However, the Reds' No.11 has reached 29 in one game fewer than Drogba - and, with six Premier League matches still to play this season, it will be hard to bet against Salah surpassing the ex-Ivory Coast star.

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Aside from breaking Drogba's record there is room for bigger things as the all-time record for the most goals scored in a 38-game Premier League season stands at 31.

With two more goals in the last six matches of the season, Salah will become the third player after Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez  to score 31 goals in a season.

Who says the Egyptian cannot complete a set of teeth with 32 goals... let's wait and see!