Mohamed Salah’s brilliant tweet after winning PL Golden Boot is going viral

Liverpool finished their Premier League season with a comfortable 4-0 victory at home to Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday.

With Chelsea losing 3-0, it ended up being a stress-free afternoon for Liverpool fans, especially when Mohamed Salah opened the scoring in the 26th-minute.

The Egyptian’s clinical finish was his 32nd league goal of a remarkable season, meaning he now holds the record for the most goals in a 38-game campaign.

Ahead of the Champions League final against Real Madrid on May 26, Salah has recorded a ridiculous tally of 44 goals and 16 assists in 51 matches.

Gary Lineker was one of many to congratulate Salah about his latest achievement, and after the Brighton win, the Liverpool star tweeted a cheeky reply.

It’s easy to forget that Salah failed to make an impact in his first spell in England with Chelsea, and that he only moved to Anfield from Roma last summer.

Over the past few weeks, the 25-year-old has deservedly won a whole host of individual awards, from the PFA Player of the Year to the Premier League Player of the Season.

On Sunday, he picked up the Golden Boot, fending off competition from 30-goal Harry Kane, and Lineker posted a tweet as soon as he put Liverpool in front against Brighton.

As you can see below, the Match of the Day presenter praised Salah for breaking the record and beating the likes of Alan Shearer, Luis Suarez and Cristiano Ronaldo.

In simple yet funny fashion, the Liverpool winger took to Twitter after all his post-match commitments to respond to Lineker, saying: “I told you I would”.

If that wasn’t enough, Mo Salah then produced an even better tweet to his 5.56 million followers, hilariously telling the Golden Boot award to “come here to daddy”.

Within a mere 40 minutes, the Egypt international’s message had already racked up over 16,000 retweets and 48,000 favourites – and it’s easy to see why.