15 April, 2019
Chelsea, who started the season in excellent form, are in a battle to hold off Arsenal and Man Utd in a battle for 4th place and the lucrative involvement in the Champions League.
The group were reportedly heard chanting "Salah is a bomber", and three supporters were subsequently turned away from the Sinobo Stadium in the Czech capital after the video.
The goal is Mohamed Salah's fifth against Chelsea in nine games across four competitions, with three of the strikes coming during the Egyptian's stint at FC Basel.
Going into the clash, the Reds' drive towards the title meant they needed the win more than their London visitors, but a Manchester City 3-1 victory over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park - that pushed the hosts to the second spot - meant they headed into the match the more pressured side.
Jordan Henderson was fed by Mohamed Salah and surged forward to then cut a cross into the box, finding an unmarked Mane, who powered his header past Kepa.
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There was no slipup from Liverpool this time, although Chelsea had its chances at 2-0 down, with Eden Hazard hitting the post and then mis-hitting a shot from close range straight at goalkeeper Alisson Becker.
And Salah believes if the Reds managed to win their remaining four games against Cardiff City, Huddersfield, Newcastle, and Wolves, they will be crowned champions. "We are in a very good physical and mental condition right now".
The Reds climb back to first in the table on 85 points, with Manchester City now two points behind albeit with a game in hand.
"For now we just need to enjoy it and we have a big game on Wednesday again".
"We always knew coming here in the past that it's a hard place to come. We knew we had to be on it from the first minute".
The sides have met twice so far this season with both games coming in September. "We've won two titles (Community Shield and League Cup) and now it's the FA Cup final". So we will see.