Salah's hot but broken Liverpool still ice-cold: Winners, losers and ratings as Alisson blunders in FA Cup draw against Wolves
Another record for Mohamed Salah, but another performance to set alarm bells ringing among Liverpool supporters as Cody Gakpo's debut did not spark an immediate revival.
The Reds' Egyptian King was on target at Anfield on Saturday night, his goal taking him above Sir Kenny Dalglish in the club's all-time list, but for Jurgen Klopp there was little else to smile about. His side were miles below par yet again as Wolves, threatened by relegation in the Premier League, left Merseyside with 2-2 draw - and now a replay - in the FA Cup third round.
Julen Lopetegui's side had, as so many teams seem to do against Liverpool these days, taken a first-half lead, with Goncalo Guedes capitalising on an awful error from Reds goalkeeper Alisson Becker.
But Darwin Nunez's expertly-controlled volley on the stroke of half-time levelled matters, and when Salah put the home side ahead shortly after the break, Klopp's side looked set to put the misery of Monday's defeat at Brentford behind them with a win.
They couldn't hold on, though. Wolves substitute Hwang Hee-chan smuggled in an equaliser midway through the second half, and the visitors thought they'd snatched a win when Toti Gomes bundled home late on, only for an offside flag against Matheus Nunes to save Liverpool's bacon.
Klopp and his team now face an unwanted replay at Molineux later in the month, while questions over their form, in particular a lack of energy and legs in midfield, will only grow after yet another underwhelming showing.
Here, GOAL runs through the winners and losers from Anfield...