In the encounter between Liverpool and Aston Villa, which Liverpool won 3-1, Egyptian superstar Mohamed Salah shone.
In order to put Liverpool in a strong position before the first half final, Salah not only scored the first goal, but he also provided Virgil van Dyck of the Netherlands with a touch ball that led to the second goal.
Ollie Watkins scored for Aston Villa in the second half, but Liverpool’s Stefan Bagcetik, who is only 18 years old but is already a rising star for the club, won the game with his feet.
After a lengthy absence, the young Spanish player made his debut for Liverpool by scoring a goal and contributing to the club’s success in its first game back.
Liverpool moved up to sixth place in the league rankings as a result of their victory, while Aston Villa maintained their position in 12th place.
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