Friday night, Mohamed Salah put his recent problems with Liverpool behind him by scoring twice in Egypt’s 3-0 victory over Niger.
The 30-year-old scored in each half to bring his international total to 49 goals in just 86 games.
The winger picked up the ball on the left side of the penalty area, dribbled past a defender, and shot the ball into the far corner from close range to score his first goal. Additionally, he added a penalty in the second half.
Salah’s return to form will be welcomed after a difficult start to the season.
Despite the fact that two goals in six league games is hardly a disaster, it is a disappointing return for Salah given the incredible form he has displayed for Liverpool in recent seasons, and the Reds’ performances have suffered as a result.
They are now eighth in the Premier League standings after six games due to injuries.
In addition to the loss of Liverpool legend Sadio Mane, it has been difficult for the Anfield crowd to watch.
When Jurgen Klopp’s side meet Chelsea in the second half, they will be hoping Mohamed Salah can recapture his international form in club football.
Before then, Salah will have an another opportunity to score when Egypt faces Liberia on Tuesday.