The combination of Mohammed Salah and Divock Origi has seen Liverpool winning the sixth UEFA championship title.
The Liverpool forwards ruined Tottenham Hotspur’s dream to lift the 2018/2019 UEFA championship cup at the final in Madrid, Spain.
Liverpool defeated Spurs to erase the disappointment of last season’s Champions League final loss where Salah was injured early in the loss to Real Madrid.
In an interesting tweak, same Salah set Liverpool on their way to victory with a penalty after two minutes after Spur’s Moussa Sissoko was punished for handball.
While Spurs secured several chances to equalise Liverpool’s goals but all efforts by Son Heung-min, Lucas Moura and Christian Eriksen were denied by Liverpool keeper, Alisson.
In the same vein, Divock Origi, who had been a good substitute to Mo Salah ensured Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, won his first trophy with the club when he scored the second goal of the night at the 87th minute to seal the defeat.