Salah’s goal against Tottenham voted goal of the decade

Salah’s goal against Tottenham voted goal of the decade
Salah’s goal against Tottenham voted goal of the decade

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Mohamed Salah’s brilliant solo goal against Tottenham in the 2017-2018 season has been voted by Liverpool fans as the club’s goal of the decade.

Since joining Liverpool in 2017 Salah has scored his fair share of crucial goals for the Reds.

One of these goals came in his first season, when he put his side ahead in the dying moments of the game after brilliantly dribbling past the defense before chipping Hugo Lloris.

This goal was in contention for the club’s goal of the decade award with Philippe Countinho’s screamer against Sunderland, Daniel Sturridge’s brilliant chip in the Merseyside Derby and Luis Suarez’s long ranger against Norwich City to name a few.

Now, after the fans voting throughout the month of December Salah’s goal was named as the goal of the decade. It was followed by Emre Can’s volley against Watford and Divock Origi’s goal that completed Liverpool’s historic comeback against Barcelona in the Champions League last season.

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