Michael Owen was left in awe of Liverpool attacker Mohamaed Salah after his goal on Tuedsay night in the win over Red Bull Salzburg.
The Reds managed to secure a 2-0 away victory against the Austrian outfit and it meant they qualified for the Champions League last-16 as group winners.
In-form midfielder Naby Keita broke the deadlock in the second-half with a header and it was a fixture with plenty of chances in front of goal.
Salah then added a decisive second the very next minute, as he dribbled around the goalkeeper and finished from the tightest angle with his weaker right foot.
Pundit Owen was stunned by the quality of the 27-year-old’s finish, as he got Liverpool over the line for qualification to the knockout rounds.
“That Salah goal was off the scale. His hardest chance by far. Everything against him. Wow,” Owen wrote on his personal Twitter account.
Despite Mane grabbing most of the headlines for Liverpool this season, his teammate Salah reminded everyone of his capabilities with a remarkable goal against a Salzburg team that could now go far in the Europa League.
The right-winger is now up to 11 goals and six assists in just 21 games across all competitions so far this campaign.
Reds manager Jurgen Klopp is managing to rotate his options well during a hectic schedule, but there is no doubt about who is best front three still is.