Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates scoring their second goal with Mohamed Salah. (Reuters/John Sibley)
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-- of Salah on Saturday, the same team that was ripped apart by Liverpool in a 4-0 loss on the final day of last season and whose away record is poor.Still, is it asking too much of Salah to repeat or even exceed last season's goal tally?There's the form of Mane, who has outscored Salah 3-1 so far and might just blossom after being overshadowed by Salah and Firmino last season.And then there's the question about whether last season was simply an anomaly for Salah. For Liverpool last season, Salah scored 32 goals in 36 league games and 44 goals in all competitions.Last season hadn't even finished when the Tottenham striker, the Premier League's top scorer the previous two seasons, said he had proved he had the consistency to challenge for the Golden Boot year after year and that the same question will be asked of Salah.
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