Liverpool hero Mohamed Salah explains freakish YOGA goal celebration against Chelsea

Florence Fletcher
April 17, 2019

"The next season it was the Champions League final, this season it's challenging for the title".

The Egypt global struck an astounding goal just two minutes after fellow forward Sadio Mane - his 13th in 16 games - opened the scoring at Anfield as the Reds regained a two-point lead over Manchester City with a 2-0 Premier League victory against Maurizio Sarri's side on Sunday. The defense, marshalled by the dominant Virgil van Dijk, is deservedly getting plaudits for the being the meanest in the league.

Knowing they needed a win in order to stay top of the table, Liverpool were 0-0 at home to Chelsea at the end of the first half of their game at Anfield.

Antonio Rudiger waxed lyrical about Loftus-Cheek's power a few days before the Liverpool-Chelsea game, but Salah brushed him to one side like it was nothing.

However, more times than not this year, Liverpool have hit that second gear to gain three points.

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Should they emerge victorious from that fixture, they would have to go through either Manchester United or Barcelona if they want to reach consecutive Champions League finals.

Chelsea FC will return to Premier League action on Monday night when they host Burnley in front of their home fans at Stamford Bridge. We play a tough team in Porto, we had a good result against them, but it's not over and we know we are going to face an even harder game over there. If we think about them, yes, and if we don't think about them, no.

"The opposition does twice but there are only two other Liverpool players in those 11 games who have scored the first goal". We are not going to defend the 2-0, we want to attack and play like we have been playing all season.

"We maybe got a bit lucky".

However, Maurizio Sarri seems to be unconcerned about reports of his sack as he states that he would only have his attention on making his team better and winning more games. I think that's important because, under him, everybody has progressed a lot as everyone can see.

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