Liverpool talisman Mohamed Salah hit a Premier League landmark after he found the back of the net in the crucial win over Southampton at St. Mary’s Stadium on Friday night.
The Egyptian international scored his goal at a crucial time to propel the Reds to a fantastic win over the Saints.
Salah and Liverpool had to come from a goal down to beat Southampton 3-1 away from home.
The hosts had taken a ninth-minute lead through former West Brom attacker Shane Long who scored a landmark 50th goal in the Premier League.
Liverpool huffed and puffed in the opening minutes of the game and could have been a 2-0 lead in the first half if the aforementioned Long had taken the opportunity that he was presented with.
Shane Long and Southampton were then punished for that win after Naby Keita hit the back of the net with his 39th minute header thereby paving the way for Salah to score a breakaway goal at a crucial time in the game.
The Egyptian scored a second goal for Liverpool with ten minutes left to go for his 50th Premier League goal.
He’s the quickest Liverpool player to reach that landmark (66 games).
Substitute Jordan Henderson wrapped up the 3-1 win in the 86th minute to secure Premier League summit for his team.