Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hailed super striker Mo Salah after the Egyptian netted his 200th Reds goal to spark a comeback win at Crystal Palace.
"To score 200 goals, you only achieve this if you are a super, super special player," Klopp told broadcaster TNT.
"I don't know how often he's saved us with a goal he scored in the right moment.
"Now that's off (his) shoulders. When you are close to (a milestone) the mindset changes a little bit, because when you have 199 it is different to 198. Now we can go for the next 100."
Salah became the fifth player to reach a double century for Liverpool, following Ian Rush (346), Roger Hunt (285), Gordon Hodgson (241) and Billy Liddell (228).
His goals have come in 327 appearances in all competitions, giving him a scoring rate of 0.61 goals per game - better than everyone but Hodgson (0.64 per game).
The strike was also his 150th in the Premier League, tied with former England striker Michael Owen for 10th on the all-time list since the league was inaugurated in 1992.
Two of the Egyptian's goals were for Chelsea.
"The most important thing is that we won the game. It was really tough," Salah said.
"When we win the game and I score goals it's a great feeling. I'm happy for the record and for the team to win the game."
Salah's milestone strike came via a helpful deflection straight after Palace's Jordan Ayew was sent off for a second yellow card in the 75th minute.
Liverpool had been lacklustre until Salah's equaliser but they suddenly took control, eventually prevailing 2-1 to take over top spot in the league.
* In his first season he hit 32 in the league - a record for a 38-game Premier League campaign until beaten last season by Erling Haaland's 36 for Manchester City.
* He has scored at least 19 in every EPL campaign with Liverpool.
* With 148 league goals, and two for Chelsea earlier in his career, his goal against Palace was his 150th in the EPL.
* Salah also has 42 Reds goals in the Champions League and three in this season's Europa League, plus five in the FA Cup and one each in the League Cup and Community Shield.
* Liverpool offered a breakdown on social media of how he has scored his goals: 162 with his left foot, 30 on his right and eight headers.
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Australian Associated Press