Premier League leaders Everton twice came from behind to level in an absorbing contest at Goodison Park.
Michael Keane cancelled out Sadio Mane’s third-minute opener and Dominic Calvert-Lewin did the same after Mohamed Salah scored his 100th goal for Liverpool.
Richarlison was sent off for a rash challenge on Thiago Alcantara and that indiscretion looked to have been doubly punished in injury time by Henderson, only for VAR to intervene and keep Everton three points ahead of Liverpool, who are unbeaten in 23 Merseyside derbies in all competitions, at the top of the table.
Meanwhile Salah’s goal in the Merseyside derby took on added significance for the Liverpool star.
Salah’s effort at Goodison Park marked his 100th in all competitions since joining the Reds in 2017.
He has emphatically shaken off the tag of Premier League flop following his failed spell at Chelsea and is now one of European football’s top forwards.
Here, using Opta data, we break down his century of Liverpool goals in all competitions.
A DEADLY DEBUT SEASON
Salah hit the ground running in his first season with the Reds, scoring 44 goals and providing 14 assists in all competitions.
He has never come close to matching that tally – scoring 27 and 23 in the last two campaigns – with his minutes per goal ratio of 93.6 from 2017-18 comfortably the best of his Liverpool career.
The Egypt forward averaged 160.6 minutes per goal in his second season and a goal every 176.3 in 2019-20.
PROWESS IN THE BOX
Exceptional with the ball at his feet, Salah has the ability to weave around defenders at will.
However, long-range individual efforts have not been a prominent feature of his goalscoring exploits since joining Liverpool.
Indeed, 10 have come from inside the box, including 11 penalties. As many as 80 of his goals have been scored with his left foot compared to just 16 with his right, while he has netted four headers.
FIRMINO THE FULCRUM
The creative fulcrum of Liverpool’s front three, Roberto Firmino has been the most frequent provider for Salah.
Firmino has assisted 16 of Salah’s goals, with Sadio Mane playing the key final pass on nine occasions.
Liverpool’s full-backs, Trent Alexander-Arnold (six) and Andrew Robertson (eight) have combined to set up the former Chelsea and Roma forward 14 times.
SALAH FULL OF VITALITY
Anfield is obviously Salah’s happiest hunting ground, he has found the net 63 times at his home stadium.
Away from Merseyside, the Vitality Stadium is the ground where he has been most prolific, with Salah scoring five goals in three games at that venue.
It is no surprise, therefore, that Bournemouth are among his favourite opponents.
Salah has scored eight times against the Cherries, a tally he has only matched against Watford.
KANE HIS CLOSEST CHALLENGER
Since August 2017, no Premier League player has scored more than Salah’s 100 goals in 159 appearances.
Harry Kane is closest with 97 in 130 appearances, putting him on track make it to 100 in much quicker time.
Salah is the fifth player in Europe’s top five leagues to reach a century in that time, joining Robert Lewandowski, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Ciro Immobile.
However, he does not come close to matching Lewandowski’s goalscoring prowess, the Bayern Munich forward scoring 140 goals in 146 games.
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