Alan Shearer has once again been left in awe of Mohamed Salah for the role he played in Liverpool’s comeback victory over Wolves.
The Reds maintained their unbeaten start to the new season after coming from a goal behind to beat Gary O’Neil’s side at Molineux. Wolves dominated the first half and deservedly led after Hwang Hee-chan opened the scoring after just seven minutes.
However, following a tactical tweak at the break, with Alex Mac Allister being replaced by Luis Diaz, Liverpool turned the game on its head, with Cody Gakpo restoring parity when he converted Salah's cross-shot.
Andy Robertson then marked his 200th Premier League appearance by putting the Reds ahead with just five minutes of normal time remaining before Harvey Elliott's shot deflected off Hugo Bueno for an own goal to seal the victory in stoppage time.
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Salah, however, played a part in all three of his side’s goals, with the pick of his assists coming when he set up Robertson to put Liverpool ahead for the first time during the match. And former Premier League winner Shearer was more than impressed.
"Look at this for a weight of pass," he said on Match of the Day. "Robertson with the first pass, he follows that one. That is an incredible pass and a great finish there."
Before the former England captain added on Robertson and Ibrahima Konate: "Just have a look at Robertson and Konate here, urging all their team-mates forward, and the difference between that and the first half was just incredible."Read on liverpoolecho.co.uk