Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk believes an in-form Mohamed Salah is capable of doing damage even to a dominant Manchester City and could still beat Blues midfielder Kevin De Bruyne to the player of the year award. The hugely-anticipated Champions League quarter-final clash between the Premier League's two top-scoring sides kicks off on Wednesday at Anfield where the emphasis is likely to be on goals. Runaway league leaders City's attacking intent revolves around the De Bruyne-David Silva partnership in midfield providing the ammunition for a pacy forward http://www.officialdodgersteamshop.com/Adrian_Gonzalez_Jerseyline of Raheem Sterling, Leroy Sane and either Gabriel Jesus or Sergio Aguero. But in Salah Liverpool have the top-flight's leading scorer, with 29 of his 37 goals in a remarkable debut season with the Reds coming in the league and at such a consistent rate he has equalled the record of Robin van Persie and Cristiano Ronaldo of finding the net in 21 different matches - with six games still remaining. Asked whether the Egypt international could do serious damage to City, having already scored http://www.officialmlbstoreco.com/MLB_JERSEYS_OAKLAND_ATHLETICS-c-1... against them in their only Premier League defeat so far at Anfield in January, Van Dijk said: "That's what everyone knows. That's how we feel as Cameron Sutton Jerseywell. "He's that kind of player that you just need to be on your best. When he is 100 per cent and in the zone then he can beat anyone."There are ways to stop him but I'm not going to tell you because I don't want our opponents to think about it!" De Bruyne's form in the first half of the season appeared Butch Goring Jersey to make him a Jim Plunkett Jersey shoo-in for the Professional Footballers' Association Players' Player of the Year award, but Salah's goalscoring exploits are likely to have made it a much closer race. Van Dijk would not disclose whether the Liverpool players would be voting tactically and not supporting De Bruyne to help their team-mate's chances of winning."That's obviously not my decision. We need to look at ourselves," he added."He's having an amazing season but he needs to keep going, the season is still going." Despite being elevated to superstar status over the last year after his heroics in guiding Egypt to the World http://www.buccaneersofficialauthentics.com/Authentic-Joe-Hawley-Je... Cup, Salah remains a humble and hard-working player who shuns the limelight and is reluctant to give media interviews. http://forum.real-estateagents.org/introduce-yourself-f6/brazil-fea...