It was really an exciting game between Liverpool and Chelsea, Williams late equalizer means both teams shared the spoils as the game ended 1-1.
Mohamed Salah broke the deadlock after 65 minutes of play and unlike Salah, The Liverpool goal machine refused to celebrate his goal.
Salah celebrated his goal by simply put his hands in the air and pointed to the sky after breaking the deadlock at Anfield.
Many wondered if its a sign of loyalty for a club he signed for in 2014, but it was highly unlikely considering he was labeled a Chelsea flop.
According to some Twitter users, Salah didn’t celebrate out of respect to those who died in the terror attack in Egypt, it has nothing to do with being a Chelsea former player lack of celebration could have been due to events in Egypt this week.
At least 235 people died in the assault during a massacre of worshipers at a mosque in Sinai on Friday.
Militants burst into the packed-out mosque during Friday prayers in the northern city of Arish and began murdering people inside by denoting bombs and opening fire with automatic weapons.