Mohamed Salah broke the Premier League record in the 38th season and scored his 32nd goal in the first half of the Liverpool final against Brighton.
Salah went into the next round with Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez with 31 goals, but after a clever pass from Dominic Solanke with a clever finish after twelve meters, the lead.
The 25-year-old has now scored 44 goals in all competitions before a Champions League final against Real Madrid will take place in the premier class ̵
Dejan Lovren doubled Liverpool's lead ahead of half-time to give the Reds a 2-0 lead and put Jürgen Klopp's men in a top-4 position – especially against Chelsea in St. James & # 39; Park battling Newcastle.
The Merseysiders paid only £ 36.9 million for the former Chelsea man to AS Roma in summer after a few good seasons in Italy, and the Egyptian did not need time to get back into the rhythm of English football.
Four goals and an assist in his first six league games thrilled the fans, and from then on the shape of the flying forward never really took off – never more than three games without a goal and an impressive four goals against Watford in March ,