Mohamed Salah's coolly-taken strike in Liverpool's 5-0 Champions League victory at FC Porto on Wednesday night took his tally for the season to an incredible 30 goals in all competitions.

The Egyptian is the first Reds player to reach that landmark in a single season since Luis Suarez in 2013-14 and only the 13th player to achieve the feat in the club's 125-year history.

One of those men, Robbie Fowler, has previously enthused about the varied types of goals the LFC No.11 is capable of scoring and Salah can add the category 'ball-juggling finishes' to his repertoire following his effort at the Estadio do Dragao.

Salah can clearly score all kinds of goals, but is there a particular time in a match when he tends to net?

We broke the game down into 15-minute segments (0-15 mins, 16-30 mins, 31-45 mins, 46-60 mins, 61-75 mins and 76-90 mins) and discovered the Egyptian has managed to score in all these different periods.

His 30 goals for the club are also evenly split between halves.

However, the statistics do reveal two favoured periods for Salah: 50 per cent of his strikes have arrived in the crucial minutes just before half-time and full-time...