Mohamed Salah scored a stunning goal direct from a corner for Egypt – which is a pretty impressive way to announce the end of a mini goal drought.
It’s not been the best start to the season for the Liverpool front-man, who has set himself stupidly high standards after a debut campaign of 44 goals in all competitions that won him both the Golden Boot and PFA Player of the Year.
Luckily, it seems Salah has a new plan for finding the back of the net, and that’s by bypassing everyone else in the box on a corner routine and simply curling it in himself.
Here’s video proof that this strike was no fluke, with the Reds star seen practising this technique before the game…
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Liverpool fans will hope to see one or two of these at Anfield before too long.