Mo Salah put the Reds ahead in the second-leg of their Round of 16 Champions League clash with RB Leipzig, netting after a brilliant bit of link-up play between the front-three.
It was a goal that involved each member of the starting forward line, with the Egyptian beginning the move and ending it after a chain of passes from Thiago Alcantara, Sadio Mane and Diogo Jota.
The No.11 looked like he may have held on to the ball for a second longer than necessary as he made space for himself in the 18-yard-box before slotting an effort neatly away in the bottom-right corner.
Liverpool looked a threat throughout, with the addition of Fabinho back in the centre of the park appearing to offer a new lease of life to his teammates.
You can catch the clip below, courtesy of beIN Sports:
Gol de Mohamed Salah pic.twitter.com/HbAZ3GznOF
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