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“No Walking Alone” Salah And Robertson Score as Liverpool Humiliates Spurs

Salah, Robertson & Gakpo score to put Liverpool in command against Tottenham

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Liverpool’s duo, Mohamed Salah and Andrew Robertson have put the Reds in command against a struggling Tottenham Hotspur. The stakes couldn’t be higher – a failure to win would mathematically eliminate Liverpool from the title race, while a victory for Spurs could keep their slim top-four hopes alive.

The second goal of the match was a masterclass in precision and teamwork. Trent Alexander-Arnold, Liverpool’s right-back, brilliantly beat the offside trap before delivering a tantalizing ball to the far post. The Spurs defense was left scrambling as the ball sailed over their heads, landing perfectly for Robertson.

Liverpool's Robertson celebrates after scoring a goal

Liverpool’s Robertson celebrates after scoring a goal

Robertson, showcasing his exceptional vision and understanding of the game, quickly played a pass into the feet of the ever-dangerous Salah. Salah, with his back to goal, deftly turned the ball towards the net, forcing Spurs’ goalkeeper, Vicario, into action.

Vicario managed to get a hand to Salah’s shot, making a decent save. However, the ball ricocheted off him and fell kindly into the path of the onrushing Robertson. Wasting no time, Robertson swept the ball home from close range, doubling Liverpool’s lead and sparking wild celebrations among the Liverpool faithful.

This goal marks a significant moment in the match, putting Liverpool firmly in the driver’s seat against a Spurs side that has been struggling to find their rhythm. As the match progresses, all eyes will be on Spurs to see if they can mount a comeback or if Liverpool will continue to dominate. The tension is palpable, the stakes are high, and the drama is unfolding at Anfield.

Mohamed Salah gestures during a past incident

Mohamed Salah gestures during a past incident

Elsewhere, It took just 15 minutes for Chelsea to get their noses in front with Cole Palmer reacting quickest to meet a loose ball in the West Ham box.

West Ham almost hit back immediately when Jarrod Bowen’s header crashed back off the crossbar, but it was one-way traffic from then on.

Chelsea doubled their lead on the half-hour mark through Conor Gallagher before Noni Madueke headed in the third six minutes later.

Nicolas Jackson struck twice in the second half to round off a wholly positive afternoon for the Blues.

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