Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah kept up his scoring streak against Watford on Saturday at Anfield in a 2-0 win.
The Egyptian scored a brace as the English Premier League (EPL) leaders sealed victory over the bottom club.
The win restored Liverpool’s 11-point advantage over second-placed Leicester City, who host Norwich City later in the day.
It was however Watford’s fourth defeat in five games, and it left new manager Nigel Pearson’s side rooted to the bottom of the table.
Liverpool took the lead with a typically lethal counter-attack in the 38th minute as Sadio Mane collected the ball on the left and released Salah.
He sprinted towards goal before cutting in and curling a shot home with his right foot.
Mane thought he had doubled the lead five minutes after the break, but the…