Mo Salah scores long range stunner to send Anfield into hysterics

Mo Salah scores long range stunner to send Anfield into hysterics

Javier Howell
April 15, 2019

Sadio Mane had got the Reds' first with a neat header after a lovely Jordan Henderson cross, but it was Salah's goal - mere minutes after the first - that grabbed the headlines and sent Anfield and the internet into delirium.

The goal came from Salah, who cut in off the right flank and unleashed an unstoppable, swerving effort from 25 yards out which flew into the top corner of the net.

With Liverpool in a near-identical situation to their Premier League 2013/14 title bid, there were a few apprehensions about playing Chelsea on home territory at a similar stage of the season.

If you're hoping to see Joe Gomez play for Liverpool again this season you may be left disappointed, with Jurgen Klopp describing the situation as "very hard".

Liverpool have failed to beat them during the past six Premier League games played between the two teams at the ground.

Salah's goal against his former club comes after a group of Chelsea fans were allegedly filmed making racist chants about the forward during the Blues' Europa League trip to Prague earlier this week.

And Salah believes if the Reds managed to win their remaining four games against Cardiff City, Huddersfield, Newcastle, and Wolves, they will be crowned champions.

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He added: "It's one of the goals of the season". The Blues defeated Liverpool 2-1 in the EFL Cup while the League game played between the two sides at Stamford Bridge ended in a 1-1 draw.

Asked about his goal, Salah told Sky Sports: "I don't think".

"We controlled the ball really well but one moment in the game and they are back in it", Sterling said."But we responded again and got the third goal".

City's season concludes with games against Burnley, Leicester and Brighton.

Sterling doubled the lead on 63 minutes but Luca Milivojevic gave Palace hope with a clever free kick nine minutes from time.

"This pressure is incredible", City manager Pep Guardiola said of the title run- in as they also target winning every trophy possible this term.