The Brazilian goalkeeper equalled the record - also held by former Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart - after preventing Chelsea from scoring during Liverpool's 2-0 win over the Blues on Sunday at Anfield.
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And naturally, the Liverpool fans on Twitter were out in force to hail Salah's man of the match display and we've put together some of the best reaction...
"But we can't think about [the result] too much because we've got a game in a few days so we've got to recover well and concentrate on that".
Liverpool can not do much more than they're now doing to put the pressure on Manchester City in this exceptionally hotly-contested fight for the Premier League title.
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"I think the level of the referees is not in line with the championship".
"I go inside and normally I shoot with the inside of my foot but this one I went for power".
"[Salah's] obviously got that in his locker, but to be fair when he's come inside and it sat up nicely I thought he was going to hit it".
"It immediately reminded me of the 4-3 against Borussia Dortmund, only Hendo [Jordan Henderson] instead of Millie [James Milner] and Sadio instead of Dejan [Lovren], but a similar situation with this wonderful cross in that area and really good team play".More news: Stacey Dooley breaks silence over Kevin Clifton scandal
"We know that they get at least two players back, Pepe and (Hector) Herrera, so they will be an interesting and hard challenge".