- Mohammed Salah wins Player of the Week in the Champions League
- It would be the Egyptian's fourth award in this season's competition
- Liverpool defeated Roma 5-2 in the first leg at Anfield last Tuesday
Liverpool star Mohammed Salah has been awarded with the Champions League player of the week after his masterple two-goal and two assist display against Roma.
The Reds defeated the Italian side by 5-2 at Anfield in the first leg semi final match played on Tuesday's match day.
It will be the fourth time the Egyptian striker will be going home with the award following his consistency in the competition.
The 25-year-old was named PFA Player of the Year in England following his impeccable goal scoring form for Jurgen Klopp's side.
Salah has now found the back of the net 43 times in all competitions this season and is currently chasing down the legendary Ian Rush's all-time record for Liverpool.
Klopp's signed Salah for a then club record but the former Chelsea player has become an instant hit in both domestic and continental competitions.
Liverpool hold a three-goal advantage going into the second leg against Roma at the Stadio Olympico and Salah's presence would be key to Klopp's side progressing to their first final in ten years.
On the domestic scene, no one has scored more goals than Salah in the Premier League, as the ex-Basel star has 31 goals in his name.
Salah is one goal away from setting a new record in the league as the player with most goals in a league season as they play Stoke City at the weekend.
The Red Egyptian scored the decisive goal that qualified his country to the World Cup after the Pharaoh's 28 years absence in the competition.
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