Salah, Mané, Barkley and the Goal Pressure Index Team of the Week

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The Egyptian was among the goals as Liverpool saw off Cardiff City, while Anthony Martial's display earned Manchester United a win over Everton

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah went some way to banishing the sceptics who have questioned his performances with an impactful display against Cardiff City on Saturday.

The prolific Egyptian notched his seventh goal of the season for the Reds and also managed to provide two assists as Jurgen Klopp's side wrapped up a routine victory against the Bluebirds.

Salah's afternoon earned him a mammoth score of 94/100 on the Goal Pressure Index, presented by Sure and powered by Opta, but his tally was bettered by one of his partners in crime.

Sadio Mané's brace in the 4-1 win also saw him notch his seventh goal of the season, which helped him accrue a remarkable score of 96/100.

Along with the fearsome Liverpool duo, Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley earned a spot in the Team of the Week with another encouraging display, against struggling Burnley.

The former Everton star recently earned a recall to England national side and showed once again that he is flourishing under the tutelage of Maurizio Sarri with a goal and two assists at Turf Moor, which earned him a strong score of 94/100.

Goal Pressure Index Team of the Week

Salah ⚡ Mané 🔥 Barkley 🔝 Try stopping that attack! 🤯 Posted by Goal.com on Tuesday, 30 October 2018

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