Team-mate Roberto Firmino also scored two stunning goals and notched an assist in the rout to edge into No 3 spot, with captain Jordan Henderson (No 12) narrowly missing out on the top 10 after getting on the scoresheet.
The Reds secured a stunning 7-0 win over Crystal Palace, with Salah coming off the bench to grab a brace. It later emerged that the Egyptian forward is reportedly weighing up his future at Anfield.
According to his former international team-mate Mohamed Aboutrika, Salah is angry he wasn’t made captain against FC Midtjylland.
And with Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona also keeping tabs on his situation, the future remains uncertain for Salah. However, he’s seemingly relaxed about the saga.
Manchester United stars rallied, with Scott McTominay (No 4) joining Marcus Rashford (No 2), Bruno Fernandes (No 6) and Victor Lindelof (No 9) among the elite after the Scot scored twice in three minutes during a 6-2 win over rivals Leeds.
Aston Villa capitalised on a one-man advantage to impose complete dominance in a 3-0 win against West Brom. Captain Jack Grealish (No 5) pulled the strings again and summer signing Bertrand Traore (No 8) scoring and assisting.
Meanwhile, Burnley stopper Nick Pope (No 7) retained his top-10 standing. And Leeds midfielder Stuart Dallas (No 10) bucked his side’s weekend form in the rankings after netting a consolation from range at Old Trafford.
Simply put: there are a few stars signings consistently among the top. But there is plenty of movement up and down the rankings as plenty of big boys have yet to hit their stride.
- I Left Penalty For Rashford To Become Topscorer;-Bruno Fernandes Reveals
- Football Transfers; PSG Confident Neymar Jr And Kylian Mbappe Will Stay
- Arsenal’s Granit Xhaka Reportedly Rejects Inter Milan Move
Please use the button below to contribute to Newslex Point, Inc. using a credit card or via PayPal.