Mohamed Salah breaks Steven Gerrard's long-standing record
Mohamed Salah continued his fantastic form in front of goal whenever he wore the Red of Liverpool Football Club.
The Egyptian King as he is popularly called took his goal tally for Liverpool to 187 surpassing Steven Gerrard who was initially on 186 goals. Salah scored from a rebound after missing a penalty in the first half.
The 30-year-old has a good goal-scoring record against Bournemouth having scored 8 goals in his last 8 appearances against the Cherries.
Ian Rush leads the chart for Liverpool with 346 goals followed by Roger Hunt in second place with 285 goals. Gordon Hodgson and Billy Liddell take third and fourth place with 241 and 228 goals respectively.
Liverpool fans will hope that Salah continues his goal-scoring form as they look to challenge Manchester City as they have done in the past few seasons.