Salah, who struck in the 72nd minute, is the third-fastest player in history to reach that total for Liverpool after managing it in 160 appearances.
Roger Hunt did it in 144, while Jack Parkinson managed it in 153.
Salah got the visitors back in front in the final quarter of the match when he pounced on Yerry Mina‘s clearance and fired past Pickford.
But Everton, determined not to lose their unbeaten record, got back on level terms when James Rodriguez sent Lucas Digne down the left and his perfectly floated cross was headed home by the leaping Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Liverpool thought they had won the game in stoppage time through Jordan Henderson but VAR ruled that Mane had been narrowly offside and the goal was chalked off.
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