Mo Salah sealed a win for Liverpool against Manchester United as he scored late on to seal a 2-0 win for the Reds.
Salah’s goal settled a pulsating affair at Anfield. It was a game where, at times, Man United threatened to spoil some of the party with a spirited second-half display.
The Egyptian comfortably rolled in past David De Gea after hold off Daniel James to send Anfield into raptures. It felt a big moment and a moment where Reds fans really felt they might have finally won the league title.
The result meant it was now 22 games unbeaten for Jurgen Klopp’s men. With the title almost surely sealed, thoughts might well start to turn to go unbeaten all season.
However, in all the great moments in the game, it was Salah’s finish at the end that won the plaudits.
Images doing the rounds of Salah celebrating with Alisson were doing the rounds and it’s safe to say Reds fans were delighted.
Sure enough, plenty of Liverpool fans took to Twitter to celebrate the image and praise Salah’s composure.
No words are needed
— Lawrence Wainwright (@LWainwright64) January 19, 2020
And that's exactly why Klopp always subs Mane and Bobby off and keeps Salah to finish games off
— Ashvin (@Ashvin11LFC) January 19, 2020
the king of football ❤??
— ayman aly (@aymanal71005118) January 19, 2020
His celebration with Ali though??
— Natasha.Swales (@natasha_swales) January 19, 2020
King Mo ??
— SkEtChMaNn (@___Sketchy) January 19, 2020
Mo salah u lil dancer!!!
— Andrew Kearsley (@Spunkymcfunky) January 19, 2020
A moment to remember – TBR View
Whether you like Liverpool or not, this was right up there with the best moments we’ve seen all season.
It was vintage Liverpool, really. The rapid counter, the pace of Salah, and the lethal finish. It ended the game and is just another moment for Salah to revel in as a Reds player.
To do it against Manchester United, too, just adds the cherry on the top of the cake.
Liverpool are unstoppable this season. They could well break all points records. Jurgen Klopp deserves an enormous amount of credit and the Premier League title will, rightly, be theirs come May.