Liverpool FC forward, Mo Salah, scored twice against West Ham on Sunday, ending his six-game goalless streak in the EPL.
The Egyptian opened the scoring a few minutes after the hour-mark before doubling his side’s lead with an astonishing effort.
The Liverpool player also became the first player since Ian Rush, to net 20 goals across all competitions for four seasons in a row for the Merseyside club.
Wijnaldum converted a third goal before the home side struck a late consolation goal.
Speaking after the game, Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp had hipped praises on his side; describing Salah’s second goal as ‘incredible’.
“What Mo made of Shaqiri’s pass was incredible. The first touch was unbelievable,” Klopp said of Salah’s second goal.
“These boys are a really good group. They’re not happy at not being successful. They always have the right attitude.
“We spoke about it in the last few weeks and maybe in the last week we have spoken about the right stuff.
“We have found a way to be uncomfortable again for other teams. It was a great game, very professionally controlled against a flying side,” he said.