Salah scores as West Bromwich hold Liverpool to 2-2 draw
Mohamed Salah equaled the record for the most Premier League goals scored in a single 38-game season as he netted his 31st goal of the campaign, while Ahmed Hegazi played the full 90 minutes as West Bromwich scored late to hold Liverpool to a 2-2 draw.
Liverpool managed to break the deadlock very early in the game, as Danny Ings fired the ball into the back of the net from a close range in the fourth minute, marking his first league goal of the season.
Salah came close to scoring in the 11th minute, but his wonderful curler was deflected wide by Jack Livermore.
37 minutes into the game, Jay Rodriguez nearly equalized for the baggies, but he failed to tap in a dangerous cross past Loris Karius.
Five minutes later, Danny Ings missed a glorious chance to double his tally, ending the first half as a 1-0 lead for the Reds.
In the 71st minute, history was written as Salah received a perfect through ball in front of goal from Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain, and sent a perfect chipped shot over Ben Foster, clinching his 31st goal of the season.
Following his 31st goal, the Egyptian equaled the record for the most Premier league goals scored in a single 38-games season.
With 11 minutes to the full time whistle, Livermore pulled one back for the Baggies to keep them in the game.
In the 84th minute, Dejan Lovern came on to replace Salah.
Salmon Rondon leveled the scoreline in the dying moments of the game, as he finished the ball past Karius ending the game as a 2-2 draw.
Following the game, Liverpool occupy the third league spot with 71 points and are set to face Roma on the 24th of April. Meanwhile, West Brom sits at the bottom of the table and will face Newcastle United on the 28th of April.
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