“Did you see it? The best thing was how they celebrated the penalty. It was something I never saw in my life. Germany in 1990 didn’t celebrate the World Cup like this. They only got the penalty and then they thought… somebody has to shoot. Yes, that was real pressure.”

In total, Salah has notched 37 goals in all competitions, which without exaggeration, is an absurd number for a right-winger who’s scored only one set-piece.

As a result, he’s likely to win the Premier League Player of the Year Award, which is very much deserved.

On Saturday, he bagged a late winner against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, which should confirm our top four spot considering Chelsea lost to Spurs.