Mohamed Salah scored a screamer v Chelsea.

Mohamed Salah's wonder-goal vs Chelsea set to Titanic music is beautiful

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Liverpool went into their game against Chelsea with some bad memories.

They hadn't won against the west London side in their last six games at Anfield.

It was against Chelsea in 2014 where Steven Gerrard's slip gifted Demba Ba a goal and consequently put an end to Liverpool's title hopes.

After Manchester City won earlier on in the day, Liverpool were under extra pressure to get all three points and move back above their rivals.

And they were able to put in a confident performance at Anfield as they won 2-0.

Sadio Mane opened the scoring early on in the second half after wonderful play from Jordan Henderson.

And then Mohamed Salah struck one of the best goals of the season as he lashed in a long-range effort into the top corner.

Salah picked up the ball on the right, cut inside his man and powered an effort from 25 yards past Kepa Arrizabalaga.

Mohamed Salah celebrates with Jurgen Klopp

It really was a stunning goal. And it was an important one, too.

Every goal is heavily important for Liverpool at the moment and it sealed all three point on the day.

There is a trend at the moment where Titanic music is edited to go with important goals and, of course, it has been done once again for Salah's goal.

Watch Salah's goal with titanic music below:

It's been done so much but it still makes goals so much better.

Peter Drury is considered one of the best commentators in football and his reaction to the goal is also superb.

Watch Salah's goal with Peter Drury's commentary below:

Jurgen Klopp said after the game that the goal 'blew him away'.

“It blew me away,” Klopp said, per the Guardian. “I didn’t think anything in that moment but I know I was really happy because I was in line with the ball and maybe I saw first that it would go in.

"It was a really outstanding finish."

Salah also commented on his goal after the game.

Mo Salah celebrates his goal

"I don't think, I just feel!" He said of his goal, per Sky Sports. "This one I decided as it was far out I just to go with power and it was a bit lucky the ball hit the net like that!

"Henderson did a great job [taking the defender away] and it makes it easier for me. He was part of the goal of course, it's part of our job in training, we do tactical things and I think it's working well.

"[The celebration] just came into mind immediately to do that."

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