Mohamed Salah connected on the penalty kick to make it 1–0 Liverpool early.
It only took two minutes for Mohamed Salah to score Liverpool's first goal in this year's Champions League final against Tottenham.
Salah gave Liverpool an early 1–0 lead by hammering in a penalty kick past Tottenham's Hugo Lloris, who dived right but couldn't stop it.
The penalty was awarded after Moussa Sissoko unintentionally blocked a pass by Sadio Mané with his arm less than 30 seconds into the game. Spurs have now conceded eight goals in the opening 15 minutes of Champions League games this season.
Salah’s opener for Liverpool was the second fastest goal in a Champions League final, only behind Paolo Maldini's goal for AC Milan 50 seconds into the matchup against Liverpool in 2005.
Liverpool is seeking its sixth title in its history, while Tottenham is going after its first.