Jurgen Klopp's men needed a bit of revitalising after their defeat to Manchester United, and Watford proved to be the ideal energy drink - as the Reds, led by the unstoppable Mohamed Salah simply steamrolled Javi Garcia's men.
Mohamed Salah stayed humble after scoring four goals and adding an assist in Liverpool's 5-0 rout over Watford on Tuesday, crediting his teammates for giving him opportunities to score.
"He's a special player; he is special to watch and I think we on the pitch enjoy it as much as the fans do".
Egyptian football sensation and Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah has been crowned the top scorer in Europe's top five leagues for the 2017/2018 season, overtaking football legend Lionel Messi with a four goal difference (28-24). "He (Messi) has been doing what he's been doing for what feels like 20 years or so. the last player I know who had the same influence on a team performance was Diego Maradona". "The boys love playing together with him, he loves playing with them so it's good". He helps us a lot.
He played in three Premier League games as former club Chelsea won the title back in 2015 and he was part of a double-title winning Basel side in the Swiss top flight between 2012 and 2014.
The Egypt global has been one of the Premier League's standout players this season since arriving at the club from Roma in the summer transfer window a year ago.
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His 36 goals in all competitions also broke the long-standing record of Fernando Torres of 33 - for the best debut campaign with the Reds. I like to play [in] the Premier League.
Mo Salah continued to thrive as he scored his first ever hat-trick in Liverpool colours and then scored another.
49 mins: Firmino's delicate flick beats Orestis Karnezis at the near post after a cross from Salah.
"It was a real tough day for the whole team - 5-0 is a pretty embarrassing scoreline", he is quoted as saying by BBC Sport.
"[Klopp] changed something in me", Salah told ESPN.