Liverpool and Manchester City played in a tight game where the score ended at 2-2. This was in the English Premier League on Sunday, where Mohammed Salah scored a magical goal against the Citizens.
The first half was goalless while the second half was full of life with 4 goals in 45 minutes.
Liverpool Opened The Scoring With The Help Of Sadio Mane
Manchester City was dominating the game before Mane sprung to life and scored a goal from a Salah assist.
City then equalized after 10 minutes with a brilliant finish from Phil Foden. He slotted the ball into the bottom corner of the net.
Both, Liverpool and City were fired up after scoring their respective goals and the game was back to life.
Mohammed Salah showed off his skills when he guided Liverpool ahead with a solo goal.
His world-class striking abilities were on show as he dribbled and feinted past several Blue defenders before striking the ball past Ederson.
Salah was as modest as he could be when he stated that he had to watch the goal once again, in an interview. He added that it would have been more special if they had won the match.
It was a special moment in Salah’s career but he was unlucky that it was not the winning goal as Kevin De Bruyne scored a deflected goal, off Joel Matip. Phil Foden played his role perfectly on the left side of the pitch.
A draw meant neither side could knock Chelsea off the top of the table, with Liverpool sitting second and City in third going into the international break.