Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp marvelled at Mohamed Salah’s control when scoring his second goal during their 3-1 win away at West Ham United.
For the first time, Mohamed Salah scored a brilliant double in seven games in the Premier Leagueat West Ham United to help Liverpool achieve a third position in the table.
Salah stole Liverpool’s counter attack, tackling Xherdan Shaqiri’s passing loops immediately, and then prodded past Lukasz Fabianski. 11 minutes later.
The duty for Salah was to avoid his mini drought and he delivered in style without the injured Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino as a replacement.
Firmino went off the bench and set up a smooth Liverpool third in the place of Georginio Wijnaldum, before
Craig Dawson led a corner home to console West Ham.
The second victory in London from Liverpool in the span of four days has narrowed the gap to four
points for Manchester City leaders – who have a game in hand – on Sunday’s clash at Anfield.
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