A spectacular strike from Mohamed Salah helped Liverpool secure a vital 2-0 win over Chelsea in the Premier League at Anfield on Sunday.
The Egyptian received the ball on the right flank and cut inside before unleashing an unstoppable drive from 25 metres out into the far, top corner.
Man City beats Palace
Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling struck twice as the Premier League defending champion beat Crystal Palace 3-1 at Selhurst Park on Sunday to heap pressure on title rival Liverpool.
City’s ninth PL victory on the trot left it on 83 points from 33 matches. Having missed an easy chance early on, Sterling put the away side ahead in the 15th minute when he ran on to Kevin De Bruyne’s inch-perfect pass and fired past goalkeeper Vicente Guaita.
He added a second after the break, meeting Leroy Sane’s first-time cross into the box with a calm left-footed finish that wrong-footed Guaita as it rolled in.
Palace ensured an entertaining finish to the contest when Luka Milivojevic scored from a free-kick with nine minutes left after James McArthur was brought down on the edge of the penalty area. City, however, sealed the deal with its third as De Bruyne latched on to a poor pass from Aaron Wan-Bissaka before feeding substitute Gabriel Jesus, who finished emphatically.