Jurgen Klopp called it a “wow” moment, Mohamed Salah described it as “special”.
The Egyptian’s decisive strike – running from his own half to score with 10 minutes left as Liverpool came from behind to win 3-1 at Southampton – was hugely important for the title race. It puts the Reds back above Manchester City, albeit having played one game more.
But the goal also had significance for another reason.
It was Salah’s 50th strike for Liverpool in the Premier League, becoming the quickest Anfield player to reach that landmark, taking the record previously held by Fernando Torres.
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