The Reds reminisced on how the Egyptian found the net on four occasions as Jurgen Klopp’s men hit the Hornets for five
Liverpool recalled Mohamed Salah’s four goals in the 5-0 obliteration of Watford in a Premier League clash at Anfield in 2018.
At his inspirational best, the Egypt international led the demolition with a brace in each half while setting up Roberto Firmino, as the Reds bounced back from a defeat to Manchester United.
Two years have passed since the feat, and the Reds relived the 27-year-old’s goals on social media.
Four goals for @MoSalah and a stunner from Bobby 😱#OnThisDay two years ago… 😲🤩 pic.twitter.com/Wn35DWW0Ib
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) March 17, 2020
Although the English top-flight is on a break following the outbreak of the coronavirus, Jurgen Klopp’s men are on course to end their 30-year wait for the league diadem.
They currently lead the log with 82 points from 29 league appearances – 25 points above closed challengers Manchester City.