Mohamed Salah has completed a Premier League awards double for October by winning the Budweiser Goal of the Month.
He showed sublime skill and strength to weave through three Man City players, before twisting and turning past a fourth then drilling a shot beyond Ederson from a tight angle.
The goal in a thrilling 2-2 draw at Anfield was one of two from Salah that made the Budweiser Goal of the Month shortlist for October, the Egyptian repeating the trick with a similar solo run and finish at Watford.
It is the second time Salah has claimed the award, after winning it in January this year for a brilliant counter-attacking goal at West Ham United.
He is also the first winner of the Player and Goal awards in the same month since Jesse Lingard with West Ham in April 2021.
Salah's Anfield strike was chosen as the best after the votes of a panel of experts wre combined with those of the public.
August: Danny Ings (AVL)
September: Andros Townsend (EVE)
October: Mohamed Salah (LIV)
November: Rodri (MCI)
December: Alexandre Lacazette (ARS)
January: Mateo Kovacic (CHE)
February: Wilfried Zaha (CRY)
March: Cristiano Ronaldo (MUN)
Part 1: Salah wins EA SPORTS Player of the Month award
Part 2: Tuchel named Barclays Manager of the Month
Part 4: Vote: Is Salah's Goal of the Month the best solo goal ever?
Part 5: Markanday named October's PL2 Player of the Month