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September is over and Liverpool are sitting pretty at the top of the Premier League table.

The Reds have been on fire over the past month, they’ve scored nine goals, won two games and they’re still unbeaten in the Premier League.

Now that September is over, it’s time to debate who should win the Player of the Month award, and in our view, there’s one Liverpool player worthy of this accolade.

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There are plenty of contenders for this award in September. Cristiano Ronaldo made a rip-roaring return to English football, Ismaila Sarr has carried Watford to mid-table, while Antonio Rudiger has been consistently brilliant for Chelsea.

However, for our money, it’s hard to see how any of these players can come close to Mohamed Salah for this award.

Salah has been at his very best over the past four weeks. He’s the only player in the league to have scored in every game this month while he’s also not been on the losing side.

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However, Salah’s game has been about so much more than just goals. Look at his performance against Leeds United for example, his movement left the defence unsure of what to do and it allowed the other attackers in the Reds’ frontline so much space, which meant that Sadio Mane could get a mammoth 10 shots off at Elland Road.

Salah was described as ‘frightening’ by Jamie Carragher earlier this week, and that is such an apt description.

The Egyptian is once again showing that he is one of the best attackers on the planet, and as long as he’s on the pitch, you have to fancy Liverpool to beat any team in Europe.

Michail Antonio was a worthy winner of the Player of the Month award in August, but this time around, the whole league has to concede that Salah has been a class above.

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