Mohamed Salah impact at Liverpool hailed by Jamie Carragher.
Last summer in a deal of £36.9m, Liverpool got an Egyptian star at Anfield from Roma, Mohamed Salah.
Mohamed Salah has scored 31 goals since his arrival to Liverpool this season.
Salah is likely to be PFA player of the year this season competing with Kevin De Bruyne.
Salah became the fastest Liverpool player to 20 Premier League goals with his third-minute opener in only his 25th appearance.
The Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher wrote in a column for the Telegraph : “Cristiano Ronaldo is the prime example of how the role [of wide forward] has changed.
“When he joined Manchester United he liked hugging the touchline, performing his step-overs and terrorizing right-backs.
“Now he is the completely different player – a goalscorer more than the provider. He is disappointed if he comes off the pitch and has not scored.
“He does not want to be indulging in his party tricks out wide because he cannot shoot from there, so his game is all about cutting inside and getting into the penalty area to swell those extraordinary numbers.
“That is why although there have been some comparisons made between Salah’s style and that of Lionel Messi – obviously he is not at the level of either Messi or Ronaldo yet – the Liverpool forward has more of Ronaldo’s approach about him.
“Messi likes to come deeper for the ball and involve himself in the build-up. That is not Salah’s way. He has the mindset of a prolific striker, as demonstrated by how disappointed he is whenever he is substituted late in a match as he craves more goals. It is refreshing to see.”