But with the former Chelsea man failing to impress in his first spell in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge, many expected him to repeat the performance. The Belgian was also instrumental in his club's Carabao Cup victory.
Speaking to a Spanish newspaper, he declared that he is fighting to win the Golden Shoe Award, after being named, adding that he hopes to continue to smash records during the final games of his first season with Liverpool.
Salah has been a sensation since swapping Roma for Anfield last summer in a £34.3million transfer and against West Brom on Saturday he struck his 31st Premier League goal of the campaign, tying the record for a 38-game season.
Salah now needs to score six more times to equal Ian Rush's Liverpool record of 47 goals in a season.
De Bruyne will not end the campaign empty-handed, though, as he is set to collect the newly created Premier League Playmaker award, which goes to the individual with the most assists over the term.
Kirby was one of five players from unbeaten Women's Super League leaders Chelsea to be shortlisted for the award, with Millie Bright, Ji So-yun, Maren Mjelde and Ramona Bachmann joining her and Manchester City's Jill Scott. During that time, he has hit the back of the net 18 times.
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"I've had many talks with Mo and he sees what the others do for him".
After Roma pulled off the stunning comeback over Barcelona to secure a dream semi-final booking in the UEFA Champions League, the Giallorossi were drawn with Liverpool - a clash with plenty of narratives and intriguing storylines.
It has been a breathtaking debut Liverpool season for the player.
On Sunday, the 25-year-old beat off competitions from Manchester City trio David Silva, Kevin De Bruyne, and Leroy Sane as well as Tottenham striker Harry Kane and Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea to win the coveted prize.
The only consolation for De Bruyne is that he lost out to a worthy rival in Salah.
Salah has been mesmeric, as well as rudely efficient in front of goal for the Reds, he now has 41 goals in his first season since his £36.9m move from Roma.