Salah expresses his delight after breaking Liverpool goalscoring record

Salah expresses his delight after breaking Liverpool goalscoring record

Goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season, more than any other Premier League side.

The Egyptian took just 69 games to do it in, while next closest Fernando Torres needed 72 fixtures to hit the same mark.

"It's unbelievable what this Liverpool team is doing, to stay with one of the greatest sides we've ever talked about in Premier League history".

Goals from Naby Keita, Mohamed Salah and Jordan Henderson helped them get there eventually after Shane Long's strike propelled the Saints to an early lead.

He set the target after the Reds' late rally at Southampton to secure a 3-1 victory on Friday, re-establishing a two-point advantage at the top of the table over defending champions Manchester City.

"No major concerns, actually, so we have to see until the matchday obviously but after the [Spurs] game probably thinking about Virg".

This title race is going to go down to the wire and Salah getting back in his old scoring habits can only be a good thing.

Klopp said: "I'm really, really happy about the performance and the game because we knew it was hard for us, so that was good".

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Once Milner and Henderson were introduced in the 59th minute, Liverpool suddenly turned their play up a notch.

The Egyptian had barely 10 minutes to play in the Premier League match, when he ran more than half of the length of the pitch to bring home a goal.

"There's not many games left, any mistake can cost us".

"Mo Salah could not pass for his goal", Klopp said in a post-match news conference.

Liverpool move on to 82 points and return to top spot in the Premier League. They won the game to surpass Manchester City and become league leaders once again. "But I never felt so sure that Liverpool were going to win a game as I was tonight. Overall a big win for us", Henderson told Sky Sports.

"We found a way to go into half time level, which was big for us". It is a hard year for everybody: you'll need to have 70 to75 points to qualify for the Champions League and 90-something to win the title.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hailed Jordan Henderson's mentality after the midfielder bagged the Reds' third, and final, goal against Southampton, saying the captain has had "the most hard job in the last 500 years of football". But the longer the game went on, the more Liverpool's class showed and Naby Keita's first half equalizer gave them a foothold in the game.

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