Wednesday Dec 12, 2018. 16:06
Mohamed Salah scored the decisive goal for Liverpool in a 1-0 win over Napoli at Anfield on Tuesday evening.
The Egypt international breezed past fellow African Kalidou Koulibaly before firing the ball underneath David Ospina to send the Reds into the knockout stages of the Uefa Champions League.
On the back of a hat-trick away to Bournemouth, Salah continued his goal-scoring touch as Jurgen Klopp's troops advanced from the Group of Death despite three away defeats.
The 26-year-old boasts an incredible record on home soil with the goal his 25th in his last 24 appearances at Anfield - and his 35th in the last 37 matches.
The goal also pulled Salah level on 14 European Cup goals for Liverpool with club legend and all-time record goalscorer, Ian Rush.
Only Steven Gerrard with 30 goals has more for the Merseyside club in the competition.
Furthermore, Salah has been directly involved in 12 goals in his nine UCL matches at Anfield.