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Salah's late penalty saves Liverpool's game against Manchester United

               Salah's late penalty saves Liverpool's game against Manchester United








Mohamed Salah converted a late penalty for Liverpool against Manchester United at Old Trafford, giving the Reds a point.



Luis Diaz scored the first goal midway through the first half, followed by Darwin Nuñez from a corner kick.


However, Bruno Fernandes equalized for the hosts in spectacular fashion after the restart, finding Liverpool keeper Caoich Kelleher just outside the goal line and firing the ball into the net from the center circle.


Koby Mainu then put United ahead in the 67th minute with a brilliant curling finish.



However, Aaron Wan-Bissaka teed up Harvey Elliott in the closing stages before Salah calmly fired home from the penalty spot with six minutes remaining. This means Arsenal remain at the top of the Premier League, ahead of Liverpool on goal difference.



Mohamed Salah becomes the first player to score in four consecutive away games against Manchester United in the Premier League.


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