Mohamed Salah became the first player in Liverpool history who set an incredible record of 50 goals in red shirt during his side’s 4-0 rout against Red Star Belgrade.
The Egyptian joined the Reds in a £34million deal from Roma in 2017 and scored 44 goals in his debut campaign on Merseyside.
Salah kept on with his winning campaign by scoring twice against the Serbians to take his tally to 50 goals for Liverpool in less than 18 months at Anfield.
The Egyptian scored his first of the night when he converted a nice lay-off from Xherdan Shaqiri and blasted the ball with his right foot. The star was then handed a golden chance to get his 50th goal from the penalty spot and ensured a comfortable night for the Reds.
That’s quicker than previous record holder Albert Stubbins who did it in 77 matches.
50 – Mohamed Salah has scored his 50th goal for Liverpool, reaching this tally in just 65 games in all competitions. King. pic.twitter.com/rpM1wrDn2o
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) October 24, 2018