Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah marked his Premier League debut for the Reds with a goal in their 3-3 draw with Watford at Vicarage Road on Saturday.
The Egyptian international joined the Merseyside giants in a £34.3m deal this summer, as per Sky Sports, and many have tipped him to be huge for Jurgen Klopp this season.
Coupled with Sadio Mane’s pace and movement, the pair could cause nightmares for opposition defences, but it was Roberto Firmino who produced the quality on this occasion.
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The Liverpool No.9 had scored from the penalty spot just two minutes earlier to draw his side level, and he then turned provider to help Salah open his Reds account.
It was a thrilling encounter to kick-start the Saturday schedule in the Premier League with plenty more goals, but it was Liverpool who were denied as Watford scored a dramatic late equaliser through Miguel Britos as the visitors were held despite their potent attack making up for their poor defensive display.