There’s a new “Fab Four” making Liverpool sing — and this time, there’s no question which member is the biggest star.
Some fans of The Beatles think John Lennon was the driving force behind the Liverpudlian band that became a global phenomenon in the 1960s. Others lean to Paul McCartney.
In the soccer version, Mohamed Salah is currently the undoubted frontman at Anfield.
The 25-year-old Egyptian is putting Liverpool’s greatest strikers in the shade with his scoring feats in his first season at the Premier League club.
His goal in the 4-0 win at Bournemouth on Sunday moved his tally to 20 in all competitions, making Salah the first Liverpool player since Ian Rush in 1986 to get to that mark in a season by Christmas.
Only one player in Liverpool’s 125-year history has reached 20 goals quicker than Salah in his 26 games — George Allan (in 19…