Jamie Vardy’s rise to football prominence is one of the most inspiring stories an amateur footballer would need to keep his hopes of making in to the top flight alive.
The England attacker rose from non-league football to win the Premier League with the Foxes two seasons ago.
He broke the goal scoring record for the longest number of consecutive games a player played and scored in the Premier League that season.
And when he scored in the third minute of their 2-1 loss to Liverpool on Saturday, he set a new record.
The 30 years old became the first Leicester City player to score in five consecutive games against Liverpool, and he has netted 7 goals in his last 8 games against the Reds.
However, despite scoring first, the former Premier League champions ended up as the losing side.
Salah scored twice to help the Reds win 2-1, in the process the Egyptian became the first Liverpool player since Roger Hunt to score 23 goals before the new year, a record that was set in the 1961-1962 season.
Salah has now netted 17 times in the Premier League this season.