Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah combine brilliantly to score a stunning goal for Liverpool against Bayern Munich

Luis Diaz displayed a moment of pure brilliance, scoring a stunning goal for Liverpool against Bayern Munich.

With the score tied at 2-2, the sequence began with Mohamed Salah receiving the ball on the right wing and skillfully dribbling into the penalty box.

Salah then executed a delightful pass to Diaz, who showcased his dribbling ability by evading a challenge from a Bayern Munich defender.

Diaz then unleashed a magnificent strike that found the back of the net, putting Liverpool ahead 3-2.

This goal was a testament to Diaz’s individual skill and composure in a crucial moment of the match, contributing to Liverpool’s triumph against a formidable opponent like Bayern Munich.

Liverpool fans online loved Diaz’s goal against Bayern.

One Twitter user wrote: “That’s some goal from Luis Diaz! Starts the move with a beautiful pass then finishes it off after taking it past a Bayern player.”

A second tweeted: “Just when I think I’ve decided on my front three for Chelsea, Luis Diaz does something like that. Have no idea how Klopp’s gonna decide.”

A third added: “A move started and ended by Luis Diaz, unreal.”

A fourth commented: “One of the most underrated players in the world.”

Luis Diaz celebrates scoring a goal for Liverpool. Image: Getty

Another said: “Put some respect on his name.”

Bayern levelled through Josip Stanisic and then grabbed a late winner when Frans Kratzig scored.

Diaz, meanwhile, played 21 games in all competitions last season as his game-time was hampered following a knee injury.

But he’s back to full fitness and could be an important figure under Jurgen Klopp for the 2023/24 campaign.

Liverpool resume their pre-season against Darmstadt before opening their Premier League campaign on August 13 when they face Chelsea.

Will Diaz start at Stamford Bridge? Let us know what you think.

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