Gary Lineker responds to Mo Salah’s display in Liverpool FC’s 2-2 draw with West Brom
Gary Lineker has his say on Mo Salah's performance after Liverpool FC's 2-2 draw at West Brom on Saturday
Gary Lineker took to social media to praise Mohamed Salah after the Egypt international helped to fire Liverpool FC to a 2-2 draw against West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League on Saturday.
Danny Ings gave the Reds side the lead in just the fourth minute at The Hawthorns with a left-footed finish from close range.
And Salah continued his fine form this season by netting another for the Reds in the 72nd minute.
However, the home side fought back shortly after Salah’s goal.
Jake Livermore pulled a goal back for the hosts in the 79th minute, before Salomon Rondon headed home an equaliser two minutes from full time.
Salah has been in sensational form for Liverpool FC since his switch to Anfield from AS Roma last summer and his strike against the Baggies was his 41st of the season in all competitions.
And England legend Lineker took to social media to salute Salah after he found the net once again.
Lineker wrote on Twitter after Salah’s goal: “Blimey, it’s taken @22mosalah 72 minutes to score. Almost qualifies as a drought.”
Liverpool FC will now firmly switch their attentions towards Champions League affairs and their crunch semi-final clash against AS Roma at Anfield in the first leg on Tuesday night.