Salah proved the hero for Jurgen Klopp’s side at Anfield, netting twice to keep their 100 per cent start to the season intact.
Joel Matip headed the Reds in front in the 41st minute, before the Egyptian put them out of sight in the first 15 minutes of the second half.
And that brace ensured Lucas Torreira’s late strike was nothing more than a consolation.
Neville waxed lyrical about Salah’s performance after the game, while also reserving praise for Roberto Firmino.
“He [Salah] was breathtaking. Breathtaking moments,” he said on The Gary Neville podcast.
“Firmino looked full of confidence and in brilliant form.
“That’s the problem with Liverpool’s front three. One of them can have an off day and the other two can be ok, one of them can be sensational, it doesn’t really matter.
“One of them’s always performing, one of them’s always at it. In one week you’ll come and think ‘well he’s not at it today’ and then the other one turns up.
“And I said it in commentary, three £30m signings that have turned into £150m players.
“Goalscoring, electric, work hard, press from the front, win the ball back, assist, create danger all the time and are a nightmare.
“Jurgen Klopp’s developed them players, he deserves credit for it. He’s made them into those players.
“Yes, the players have to do it and they take responsibility for the work they do, but the manager has driven performance, he’s driven the standard, the level of work ethic that’s expected.
“And I have to say they are breathtaking to watch.”