Two shots, two goals.
That’s what Liverpool needed — along with some help from a handball non-call — to take a two-goal, quarter-hour lead over Manchester City at Anfield.
The visitors had all of the ball and even looked destined to earn a penalty when Trent Alexander-Arnold handled in the box, but Liverpool raced down the field and struck first blood.
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VAR had a look and didn’t like what it saw enough to change anything. The banger stood.
And Liverpool opened up a 2-0 lead on its second chance of the day.
Andrew Robertson‘s cross sailed around City’s defense to meet just-onside Salah, who headed past Bravo.