Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah continues to amaze with his performance this season. The Egyptian national broke another record with the shirt of the "reds" and wrote his name in golden letters in the history of the club from "Anfield".
Salah scored two goals in Liverpool's 3-2 victory over Atletico Madrid in the Champions League. Thus, the striker formed his goal score in the strongest club tournament of 31 goals (in 48 games), which makes him the player with the most goals for Liverpool in the Champions League. So far, the record was held by Steven Gerrard with 30 goals.
In addition, Salah scored in the ninth game for Liverpool - something that no other player has done in the history of the "reds".
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