Andy Robertson's Reaction to Late Mohamed Salah Winner is Brilliant

Liverpool

Liverpool

Mohamed Salah scored his 37th goal of the season in all competitions as Liverpool came from behind to secure a vital victory at Crystal Palace.

The Reds fell behind early on at Selhurst Park when Luka Milivojevic netted from the penalty spot after Loris Karius fouled Wilfried Zaha.

After conceding, Palace responded admirably and ideally should have scored twice but Christian Benteke spurned two gilt-edged opportunities to continue his wretched run in front of goal.

And in the final 6 minutes of normal time, Mo Salah popped up from nowhere to take advantage of the loose ball at the edge of the six yard box to score a 29th Premier League goal of the season.

Palace remain two points above the relegation zone. In came James Milner and Trent Alexander-Arnold respectively.

The Liverpool midfielder has missed most of the season due to a thigh injury and he limped off after taking a knock just three minutes into his return on Saturday.

Maybe Lallana only picked up a slight knock and will be back in time for Liverpool's Champions League clash against Man City on Wednesday.

And having gone off injured AGAIN today - in Liverpool's win over Crystal Palace - we seriously wonder whether this could be it for him.

With a low header from Salah's corner, Mane then forced Hennessey into a diving reaction save before McArthur scrambled clear, but Palace absorbed that pressure to retain their lead until four minutes into the second half.

Liverpool goalscorer Mane was fortunate to escape a red card after avoiding a booking for handball.

DF Andrew Robertson, 7 - Liverpool's best player.

An injury to Adam Lallana shortly after coming forced a change to three at the back which worked well to force our full backs forward which led to Mo Salah's late victor.

Liverpool have now won 679 top-flight away games - no side has ever won more (level with Arsenal).

It's telling that Salah had lost count of how many goals he was on. While Roy Hodgson's team started brightly, it was Jurgen Klopp, who had he last word. Sadio Mane's equaliser put him on the cusp of earning bragging rights among his countrymen.

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