Mohamed Salah has consistently been scoring goals in the Premier League this season as this week wasn't any different in which he bagged a goal in Liverpool's surprising 3-1 defeat to Leicester City at the King Power Stadium yesterday.
He opened the scoring in the fixture with a nicely placed shot in the 67th minute but still his goal couldn't save the red's from the disappointing away defeat to the foxes.
While Jamie Vardy seems to be regaining his goal scoring form as he was among the goal scorers that helped Leicester City thrash Liverpool at home.
He was fortunate enough to capitalize on the error from Liverpool's goalkeeper, Allison as he took the ball from outside the box and calmly slotted it into an open net in the 81st minute of the clash.
After Mohamed Salah & Jamie Vardy scored yesterday, this is how the Premier League top scorers table changed.
Salah has strengthened his position at the top of the Premier League top scorers table with 17 goals while Jamie Vardy moved to the 7th spot on the list with 12 goals in the Premier League this season.
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