Mohamed Salah's stunning solo strike against Tottenham Hotspur in February 2018 has topped our Goal of the Decade poll after a month of voting by supporters.

Throughout December, we asked fans to choose the best Liverpool goal from each year of the 2010s, with 10 memorable efforts progressing to a final vote.

Almost 40,000 votes were cast to decide an overall winner – and Salah’s deft individual dribble and finish in the last minutes of a frantic Premier League clash with Spurs at Anfield came out on top.

As one of the standout moments of the Egyptian’s remarkable 44-goal debut season with the Reds, the strike exhibited all of Salah’s predatory abilities.

Collecting the ball at the right edge of the box, he shifted left and right to weave through the Tottenham defence at pace before instinctively lifting a finish over the goalkeeper – with the drama and joy heightened by the visitors having missed a penalty just moments earlier.

Salah’s goal edged out Divock Origi’s unforgettable winner in 2019’s Champions League semi-final, second leg with Barcelona at Anfield.

After Jürgen Klopp’s side had wiped out a 3-0 deficit against the Spanish giants, Trent Alexander-Arnold’s ingenious quick corner teed up Origi to find the net and send Liverpool to a second successive European Cup final.

In third place was Emre Can’s exceptional overhead kick at Watford in May 2017, a goal of exquisite technique and vital importance to the Reds’ return to Champions League football that year.

LFC Goal of the Decade – final vote

1st – Mohamed Salah v Tottenham Hotspur (2018)
2nd – Divock Origi v Barcelona (2019)
3rd – Emre Can v Watford (2017)

LFC Goal of the Decade – yearly winners

2010 – Fernando Torres v Sunderland
2011 – Luis Suarez v Stoke City
2012 – Luis Suarez v Newcastle United
2013 – Luis Suarez v Norwich City
2014 – Daniel Sturridge v Everton
2015 – Philippe Coutinho v Southampton
2016 – Jordan Henderson v Chelsea
2017 – Emre Can v Watford
2018 – Mohamed Salah v Tottenham Hotspur
2019 – Divock Origi v Barcelona

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