Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp praised his team second goal against Manchester City which was a header by the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah.
Liverpool beat Manchester City 3-1 in the big match in the 12th round of the Premier League.
Klopp told reporters about the second goal scored by Salah: "I do not think I saw a goal like this before, it was a really special goal."
Klopp praised the role of the two full-backs in this goal, as the ball came from the far right with the foot of Trent Alexander Arnold to Andy Robertson left-back who made it up to play a fine cross met with Salah header in the net.
"The right-back passed a 60-yard ball to the left-back, who touched it twice before sending a cross from 40 yards that Salah met with a beautiful header, a very special goal."
"It was a good moment to score a goal like this. The third goal was also very good, a beautiful cross from Gordon Henderson to Sadio Mane who was in the right place."
Jurgen Klopp's side will now be alone in the lead after reaching 34 points, while City's stayed in the fourth place with 25 points.
The closest Liverpool are now are Leicester City and Chelsea with 26 points.