Mo Salah Sets A Goal-Scoring Record In Champions League History
Liverpool FC's Mo Salah has set a new record in the Champions League following his side's victory over Rangers.
Following Liverpool FC's emphatic victory over Rangers by 7 goals to 1 in the group stage fixture in the Champions League, Egyptian forward Mo Salah has set a new goal-scoring record in the history of the competition.
Salah scored three goals in six minutes making it the fastest hattrick recorded in the competition's history as Jurgen Klopp's side looked to cement their place as second on the group table ahead of the knockout stages of the competition.
Salah who was brought on as a substitute in the 68th minute of the game where he scored three goals in quick succession to defeat the Rangers who have still not managed to score a goal in the champions league.
Liverpool would be looking to take this impressive form into the weekend as they would take on a Manchester City side that has been ruthless since the start of a new season.
Salah has struggled to get goals since the start of the new season and would definitely see this as a huge booster ahead of the clash over the weekend.