- Terriers outshoot Reds 12-11
- Liverpool moves second
- Terriers 19th with three points
Xherdan Shaqiri set up Mohamed Salah for the match’s lone goal as Liverpool beat Huddersfield Town 1-0 at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday.
The Reds stay level on points with leaders Man City, while Huddersfield Town is ahead of only Newcastle United on the table.
Liverpool was winless in its last four matches, with draws against Man City and Chelsea and losses to Napoli and Chelsea.
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A sleepy match snapped to life off the boot of Salah, who scored a trademark goal by dragging a shot across goal and inside the far post.
Joe Gomez picked out Xherdan Shaqiri, who played Salah down the right side for a finish beyond the reach of Jonas Lossl.
And that got Huddersfield moving, and the match moved up-and-down the pitch in fitting David Wagner vs. Jurgen Klopp fashion.
Jonathan Hogg hit the bar with a shot, and Phillip Billing nearly whipped a deep free kick on target, though Alisson Becker may’ve had his post covered well anyway.
Michael Oliver somehow resisted shouts for a seemingly clear handball on James Milner.
The first half stated without much danger, but Laurent Depoitre headed a ball for Alisson to save in the 55th.
The Terriers were actually pretty wasteful, with Steve Mounie missing a point blank chance in the 82nd.
Salah forced a save out of Lossl following a slick turn two minutes from time.
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50 – Mohamed Salah has scored his 50th goal for English clubs, reaching this tally in just 83 games in all competitions. King. #HUDLIV
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) October 20, 2018
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