"We are working hard every day to win something and I am sure we will this year", Salah said.
"I am frustrated at not winning but that is the type of game you want in the Premier League".
Arsenal's troubles deepened seven minutes into the second half when Mohamed Salah was gifted even more space to double Liverpool's lead.
"I came here to win titles".
This is just the third post-war league match between these sides on a Friday - in April 2004, Arsenal won 4-2 at Highbury with Thierry Henry scoring a hat-trick; the other was the title decider in May 1989 at Anfield with Michael Thomas scoring a last-minute goal to clinch the title for Arsenal on goals scored in a 2-0 win. To win something for the club, for us, for the fans. "I would love to win something here", the Egyptian winger added. There was one last plot twist as Firmino bagged Liverpool's equaliser to cap a breath-taking clash that was nearly as memorable as the Reds' 4-3 victory over Arsenal in the corresponding fixture last season. He's now the Premier League's top scorer with a 14-goal tally.
While Liverpool would be disappointed they didn't bury their chances in the first-half, Arsenal have been let off by the hook in a game which once again depicted the gulf in class between the league leaders Manchester City and the remaining contenders for a top-four finish.
Salah cleared up his relationship with his African team-mate Sadio Mane, saying that the Senegalese is his closest friend in the team. Granit Xhaka picked up the ball from long-range and hammered an effort in off the bar, despite Mignolet getting very close to it.
"We are friends, we like each other, he's a great guy and a fantastic player who is very fast with quality and confidence". Play the Premier League challenge and win cash prizes daily.