Salah received a wonderful cross from Trent Alexander Arnold and his header was dropped by the visitors' goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris, onto the legs of his teammate, Toby Alderweireld, who failed to control the ball and scored an own goal.
The Egyptian went on to perform his customary kneeling celebration, although some online were questioning why the Liverpool star was appearing to claim the strike as his own - despite it being a clear own goal by the hapless Alderweireld.
However, the Catalan was clearly jesting and is instead embracing the challenge Liverpool are posing.
Salah is on the longest scoring drought of his Liverpool career - eight matches without finding the net - but he has played a huge part in ensuring Liverpool keep pace with City.
"It's a bad challenge but nobody said it would be easy".
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" I hope it's nothing serious but I don't know yet". It's a better challenge.
"Nine months ago, we started this mission, this ride, and wanted to go for the highest stakes in two competitions".
Given that they are chasing an unprecedented quadruple, Guardiola's side were bound to run into a fixture pile-up at some point. It's a mini-league and playing five games in our new stadium will be a big boost for our players and fans.
Their chairperson Nigel Wray said the agreement is special for him as he spent his childhood watching Spurs at their old White Hart Lane stadium. The defeat marks the end of the Yorkshire side's two-year stay in the Premier League. 'We are not at the training ground in Chigwell any more and we are not at White Hart Lane with a capacity of 36,000.