In the season opener against Norwich, it only took Salah 75 minutes to open his goal-scoring tally and by doing so he became the first player to score on the opening day of five consecutive Premier League seasons.
With that goal, Salah is now the second-highest African goalscorer in Premier League history with 98 goals, only six behind Chelsea’s former striker Didier Drogba.
Mane on the other hand scored his 96th goal in the 2nd round fixture against Burnley to sit fourth on the list behind ex-Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor.
The Liverpool duo has high chances to break Drogba’s record as they are showing a spectacular show on the pitch.
Drogba who is the record holder expressed his pride in the two encouraging them to do their best on his Instagram story.
Didier said: “Come on my brothers, records are meant to be broken, so get in there.”