Mohamed Salah labelled Liverpool’s 2-1 victory over Tottenham as ‘lucky’ despite getting on the scoresheet twice on Sunday.
Liverpool emerged victorious in north London to move up to eighth in the Premier League and bounce back from defeats to Nottingham Forest and Leeds.
The result sees Jurgen Klopp’s side pick up their first away win in the top-flight since May, ending a run of five without a victory on the road.
Salah, though, was not getting carried away following the result, admitting that his side were ‘lucky’ to come away with three points.
The 30-year-old Egypt international told Sky Sports: ‘I think we were lucky in the first half, we played quite good and managed to score two goals.
‘We did well to get the three points. It is always a tough opponent. I’m focused on making a difference and managed to do so today.
‘We managed to strike back a few times in the season, have played some good games.’
Liverpool return to action on Thursday when they host Derby County in the Carabao Cup.
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