Salah’s stunning season continued Saturday with a four-goal haul at Anfield. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes comparisons between Mohamed Salah and Barcelona's five-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi are premature, but that the Egyptian is on his way to one day becoming the best player in the world.Messi showed why he is still widely considered the world's best by scoring his 100th Champions League goal in tearing Chelsea apart in a 3-0 win Wednesday.Klopp challenged Salah to maintain the standards he has set this season in the manner Messi and Ronaldo have for the past decade.Salah even defied the slippery conditions of a snow storm as he weaved his way past Jose Holebas to slot home the opener after four minutes.Salah turned provider immediately after the break when his cross was wonderfully backheeled past Karnezis by Roberto Firmino.
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