Mo Salah explains his goal celebration against Chelsea


Mohamed Salah has explained his celebration after he scored a stunner in Liverpool's 2-0 PL win over Chelsea at Anfield

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Liverpool took all three points against Chelsea on Sunday evening and maintained their spot at top of the Premier League table, staying two points and a game ahead of Manchester City.

Mohamed Salah struck from outside the 18-yard to put Liverpool two goals ahead after Sadio Mane's opener during the second interval.

The Egyptian was seen celebrating his goal adopting a yoga-style pose before being mobbed by his team-mates.

Speaking on Sky Sport after the match, in response to questions about his goal, Salah said: "I am a yoga man. I do yoga and it just came into my mind."

"I don't think. I just feel. Normally I shoot with the inside of my foot. But this one I decided, because it was far, to hit it with power.

"I was lucky the ball hit the net like that."

On the race for the Golden Boot, Salah said: "I think you know it’s different with the other teams now. The opponent, it’s not that they know how to play, but they play with two or three players.

"Mane has a very good season, Firmino has a very good season, because also the attention means they have freedom.

"I'm very happy for them. It also helps our team to score goals when they focus on my side the other side is free. I just focus on the team."

"I’m just happy about the result. I’m top scorer of the Premier League along with Aguero. 

"First in the Premier League, that’s the most important thing. For me, I ignore everything, the Premier League is the most important thing."

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