The Reds forward was instrumental for his country during the emphatic win and even scored directly from a corner as Egypt made it two wins from three in their Africa Cup of Nations qualification group.
Unsurprisingly, Salah wrote his name on the scoresheet but in the unlikeliest of circumstances.
The 26-year-old scored directly from a corner in Egypt's 4-1 victory in Cairo but was forced off late on with a suspected thigh injury.
However, his evening would end in disappointing fashion, leaving the pitch with the Egypt physio during the closing moments of the win.
"Pharaohs assistant Ramzy told BeIN Sports: "[The] initial diagnosis of the medical staff of [the] Egypt national team is that Salah suffered a muscular injury.
Egypt's Mohamed Salah trains with his team at the Volgograd Arena in Volgograd on June 24, 2018, on the eve of their Group A match against Saudi Arabia during the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup football tournament.
The romp was soured in the final minutes, however, when Swaziland grabbed a consolation and Salah left the field.
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