- The brace also saw Salah take his total tally to 10 goals so far, while his overall number of goals in English football to 200.
- He scored two goals for Chelsea previously.
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp labeled Mohamed Salah a special player after he guided the Reds to a 3-0 convincing victory against Brentford at Anfield on Sunday in the English Premier League clash.
The Egyptian scored twice to take his Liverpool tally to 198 goals, moving him to fifth position in the club's all-time top scorers.
The brace also saw Salah take his total tally to 10 goals so far, while his overall number of goals in English football to 200. He scored two goals for Chelsea previously.
The result saw Liverpool return to winning ways after their 1-1 draw with Luton raised questions about whether the Reds can challenge Pep Guardiola's Manchester City for the Premier League title.
"He is an exceptional player," Klopp said as reported by the BBC. "He played a superb game."
"The composure for the first goal was insane. A special player."
For his team-mates, knowing there is a player of Salah's quality on the pitch with them gives them the belief they will always have the chance to score.
"He is always there," Liverpool forward Diogo Jota said. "He is a goal threat, creates chances and he is really important for us, like everyone knows."