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Salah scores twice to help Liverpool beat Everton in the match.

After 75 minutes of frustrating play for the home team, Salah confidently scored a penalty in front of the Kop End after Michael Keane’s handball. He then added a late second goal to put Liverpool on top of the table on Saturday morning.

The goal brought the Egypt international’s total to 201 league goals, and Liverpool’s recent dominance over their neighbors in this match continued.

In the second half, Jurgen Klopp’s team looked for a way to break the tie after Ashley Young was sent off for two bookable fouls, both of which were on Luis Diaz.

Even though the home team had an extra player, they were having a hard time getting closer. Many of their shots from long range were easy for Jordan Pickford to stop.

Alexis Mac Allister’s rasping shot and Darwin Nunez’s strike were both blocked by the England international. Trent Alexander-Arnold and Dominik Szoboszlai’s dipping drives also went just over.

At one point, Everton might have taken the lead in the first few minutes, but Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s header went right at Alisson.

Dwight McNeil’s curling shot also went over the crossbar, but they were finally broken with 15 minutes left and again in extra time. This means that Sean Dyche’s team has only won two of their nine league games this season.


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