The Liverpool Arab Club account on Twitter interacted with the historic goal scored by Egyptian star Mohamed Salah against Manchester United (4-2), on Thursday.
Salah scored the fourth goal for Liverpool in the last breaths of the match, after a counterattack, which resulted in the ball reaching the Egyptian Pharaoh, who went off and shot his left hand to the right of the goalkeeper.
The Liverpool account published a picture of Salah’s celebration of his goal and commented on it with the phrase: “Eid are two feasts, Oh Mo (Mohamed Salah)”, referring to the splendor of his goal and its coincidence with Muslims celebrating Eid Al-Fitr.
Thanks to this goal, Salah became only the second player in the history of Liverpool to score twice at Manchester United “Old Trafford” in one season, 100 years ago, after England’s Harry Chambers achieved this feat, in the 1920-1921 season.
Thanks to this goal, Salah also raised his score to 21 goals, to share the top scorer in the English Premier League with Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
As for Liverpool, it raised its tally after this victory to 60 points from 35 games, in fifth place in the Premier League table, behind Chelsea fourth (64 points from 36 games), and Leicester City III (66 out of 36).
Source: Liverpool’s Twitter account