Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring. — AFP Photo BRIGHTON — Liverpool remained on course for a Premier League record points tally thanks to two goals from Mohamed Salah to win 3-1 at Brighton on Wednesday. The English champions move onto 92 points with three wins from their final four games enough to break Manchester City’s record of 100 points from two seasons ago. Jurgen Klopp’s men were quick off the mark with two goals in the first eight minutes to end a run of five games without a goal away from home either side of the coronavirus shutdown. Brighton’s desire to play out from the back has been one of the hallmarks of Graham Potter’s first season in charge and the Seagulls look certain to meet their target of staying in the division with a nine-point cushion over the bottom three. But the hosts were twice caught out by Liverpool’s press to leave themselves too much to do despite another promising performance. Salah remained in the hunt for a third Golden Boot in as many seasons as a Liverpool player as he slotted home Naby Keita’s cross to open the scoring. Two minutes later the Reds robbed possession again in the… Read full this story
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