Harry Kane scored a last-gasp penalty equaliser just minutes after missing another spot-kick in Tottenham's breath-taking 2-2 draw at Liverpool, while Newcastle remain mired in the battle for survival after a 1-1 draw at Crystal Palace on Sunday.
In the 87th, Harry Kane wasted his spot kick with goalkeeper Loris Karius palming it out, and neither Christian Ericksen nor substitute Erick Lamela could burry home the rebound.
Liverpool were all over Tottenham in the first half and should have maybe scored at least one more for all the chances they were able to carve out. "He can miss a penalty, a chance ... but he has the personality". Kane also appeared to be offside as the ball was played to him. That goal ended up being overshadowed by what happened in the dramatic final minutes that left Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp furious.
"Is that the rule?" The first one was offside and the second, I know already what the ref and his assistant will say.
It looked like being the victor as well but then, after Virgil van Dijk was adjudged to have fouled Erik Lamela, Kane stepped up to redeem himself. He (the official) wanted to be middle of interest and he is.
It wasn't too dissimilar to Neville's famous commentary for Fernando Torres's goal against Barcelona in 2012. He took advantage of a Tottenham error on the play.
Liverpool chased everything in midfield, and it seemed all Spurs had to do was wait for them to tire and exploit it. Klopp noticed this and freshened things up by introducing Georginio Wijnaldum and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to replace Jordan Henderson and Mane respectively.
However, even when the Liverpool defence was opened up, Karius came to their rescue with a courageous block to deny Son before Alli pulled his follow-up effort wide. Alli was then booked for diving - for the second time this season - after falling under a challenge from Dejan Lovren.
Salah will also be in Russian Federation with Egypt and the continuation of this form by both men for club and country could see Real Madrid attempt to make one of them football's first £200 million player.
Just inside the area on the right, Salah wriggled past Ben Davies then cut inside and slipped between Davies and Jan Vertonghen. Moments later, Salah sent the Kop into utter bedlam after a brilliant solo effort which culminated in the Egyptian lifting the ball high into the Spurs net and wheeling away in jubilation. Salah has proved himself good enough since returning to England and every goal he scores must feel like salt being rubbed into a gaping wound at Stamford Bridge.
But not for long.