He joined a list containing the likes of Steven Gerrard, Wayne Rooney, and Sergio Aguero, achieving the milestone in fewer games (223) than any player except Thierry Henry (206).
In the wake of yet another Salah record, why not have a looking back at the 31-year-old’s top 10 strikes for Liverpool.
Number 50 at St Mary’s (2019)
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) April 14, 2021
Not the only landmark goal on this list, Salah reached half a century of Premier League goals in a brilliant counter attack away to Southampton in April 2019.
The record-breaker (2023)
A day to remember.
We think you might enjoy these, Reds...😁 pic.twitter.com/ZqNYPMWTuI
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) March 5, 2023
The goal that sent Salah to the top of Liverpool’s all-time Premier League top scorer list was also in one of the most memorable matches in the club’s history.
Salah grabbed his second goal in Liverpool’s biggest every victory over Manchester United- a 7-0 win at Anfield last season, ending in the removal of his shirt… of course.
Tottenham stunner (2018)
💫 I N C R E D I B L E 💫
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 26, 2019
In his record-breaking debut season for the Reds, this was one of Salah’s stand-out goals, as Liverpool drew 2-2 to Tottenham Hotspur in February 2018.
Beautifully slaloming his way through the Spurs defence, this goal has become a trademark for the Reds' Egyptian King.
Manchester United clincher (2020)
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) January 19, 2020
The goal that ended in chants of ‘we’re going to win the league!’ has to be included on this list.
Yet again it was against Manchester United as goalkeeper Alisson smacked the ball down the field to Salah to clinch a 2-0 victory in January 2020. Let's not forget the Brazilian's celebrations after...
Puskas winner (2017)
— Premier League (@premierleague) May 11, 2019
Salah became the first Liverpool player ever to win the FIFA Puskas Award with this beauty against Everton in the snow back in December 2017.
The winger's curling effort soared into the top right-hand corner, leaving Jordan Pickford helpless.
Watford wonder goal (2021)
A genius at work.
Two wonder goals in his last two games. Wow 🤯 pic.twitter.com/OQttNc34Yx
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 16, 2021
Not the first time Salah scored a wonder goal against Watford, but this one was arguably the best.
He flicks, drags, pulls back the ball all in the space of a few seconds before curing one in the far corner.
You little dancer...
Roma return (2018)
📆 Two years ago today...
Mo Salah came up with TWO special goals as Liverpool beat Roma 5-2 at Anfield 🔴🙌
📺 Highlights | 6pm | BT Sport 3 HD pic.twitter.com/BAxFfAO6q7
— Football on TNT Sports (@footballontnt) April 24, 2020
Another favourite from Salah’s debut season for Liverpool came in the Champions League semi-final, under the lights at Anfield, against his former club.
On the edge of the box, the Egyptian looks up and sees future teammate Alisson before curling an astonishing effort over his head and in of the bar.
The Brazilian goalkeeper couldn’t stomach the chances of that happening again, so joined Liverpool just a few months later.
Impossible angle (2019)
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 13, 2019
Another Champions League effort, and one of the most astonishing on the list.
After burning his man down the wing, and poking the ball past the keeper, Salah – almost at the touchline – somehow adjusts his body while sprinting to finish calmly from a near impossible angle.
How on earth?
Manchester City masterclass (2021)
👀 FROM ALL ANGLES 👀
Take a look at Mo Salah's incredible goal for Liverpool 🇪🇬🔥
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) October 3, 2021
Joao Cancelo, gone. Bernardo Silva floored. Aymeric Laporte, embarrassed.
This goal is a work of art. Like his stunners against Tottenham and Watford, but even better.
Just watch this and keep watching because I can’t take my eyes off it.
Chelsea dagger (2019)
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) April 14, 2020
A personal favourite.
After a poor first half, Liverpool needed a spark to keep their title chase going.
While it was actually Sadio Mane who scored first to put the Reds in front, this game will always be remembered for what the Egyptian King did two minutes later, as he leathered a rocket into the far corner past the diving Kepa.
What a hit.