The stats behind Mohamed Salah's 50 Premier League goals

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On Saturday afternoon, Liverpool and Crystal Palace played out a thriller at Anfield.

Crystal Palace will rely on a pair of familiar faces to break Liverpool's stronghold: former Reds manager Roy Hodgson, who won just seven of his 20 games as Anfield boss in 2010-11, and ex-LFC striker Christian Benteke, who scored just 10 goals in 42 games during his one-season stint with the club in 2015-16.

A corner was delivered to the back post where a group of players were waiting to contest for the ball, and it was Tomkins who rose highest to power a header into the far corner.

"Getting back to 2-2 after that was commendable, but then the cruelty of football showed itself at its most wicked when Julian Speroni's mistake put Liverpool undeservedly back in the lead".

"First half they played well and they played well also (in the) second half but they were staying (close) to the box and it was a tough game".

Salah's brace means he reached 50 Premier League goals in his 72nd appearance, with only three players in the competition's history having been faster to the milestone.

Milner was sent off in the 89th for a second yellow card after a late challenge on Zaha before Mane added the fourth for the hosts with a solo strike in stoppage time.

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Palace still had time to get a third with Meyer placing a shot past Alisson from 15 yards out after good work from Connor Wickham, but Liverpool were able to hold on to register what could prove to be a significant result come the end of the campaign.

The Ivory Coast global was strongly linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur a year ago, but the north London side baulked at Crystal Palace's asking price.

'We have to mention this, I think he got away with one against Newcastle, but that is a dive, ' Shearer said on the BBC. We knew for different reasons the game would be hard.

But the real fun started in the second half.

"We knew if we deviated from the plan we could find it very hard but we stuck to our way of playing and really I should be stood here congratulating the lads on getting something out if it", added the former Liverpool and England manager".

"We conceded some poor goals".

"You need character and personality and good team spirit, people prepared to stick to the game plan even when it's not going your way".

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