Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah has said that his 21st-minute strike was integral to his side enjoying an "easy" win over West Ham United at the London Stadium this afternoon.
However, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain restored Liverpool's advantage just 57 seconds later, and Salah added a second of his own with 15 minutes remaining to put the seal on a comfortable win.
"We started the game very well and scored in the beginning which helped us to make the game easy. It's a good result in the end," the Egypt international told BT Sport.
"I was confident to come to England again but I have to carry on."
Salah has now scored 12 goals across all competitions since joining Liverpool from Roma in the summer.