Mohamed Salah has won the Premier League’s January Goal of the Month award for his strike against West Ham.
Salah’s second goal in Liverpool’s 3-1 win at the London Stadium last month capped off an exceptional counter-attack.
Premier League announces Salah won the award after the Egyptian finished what is called One of the all-time great counter-attacks.
Liverpool broke from a West Ham United corner with right back Trent Alexander-Arnold playing a cross-field ball to Xherdan Shaqiri.
Then Shaqiri played an exquisite first time pass in behind West Ham’s last man to Salah. The forward killed the ball with his right foot and coolly slotted it past Lukasz Fabianski with the outside of his left.
‘It was a team goal and it’s a great feeling to score goals like that,’ Salah said on reaction of that goal.
— Premier League (@premierleague) February 12, 2021
‘The most important thing is that we won the game. That’s what makes it so special.’
Watch here Mohamed Salah’s wonder Goal.
The Premier League Goal of the Month for January 🤩
— Goal (@goal) February 12, 2021