Mohamed Salah has made history once again by becoming Liverpool’s all-time leading scorer in the Premier League, scoring a brace in his team’s 7 – 0 thumping of Man United to take his tally to an impressive 129 goals.
The Egyptian forward has been a vital member of the Liverpool squad ever since with a consistent goal scoring record every PL season and has consistently delivered stunning performances on the pitch.
After scoring his brace, Salah spoke to reporters and expressed his excitement, stating, “It’s very special! I’m going to go home, celebrate with my family and have a chamomile tea”. Liverpool’s win over their fierce rivals Manchester United was made even sweeter by Salah’s achievement.
Liverpool’s new-look front three has arrived, with Nunez and Gakpo also adding to the scoreline with two goals each.
Meanwhile, Manchester United legend Roy Keane was left speechless by Manchester United’s dismal performance, stating that if he lost 7-0, he would go into hiding for months.
Anfield has proven to be a fortress for Liverpool, with the team outscoring Manchester United 18-1 in their last eight games at home in all competitions.
In fact, since Salah joined Liverpool, he has received more yellow cards for taking his shirt off celebrating against Manchester United (2) than Manchester United has scored goals against Liverpool (1).
The result against Manchester United was a fantastic way for Liverpool to bounce back after recent struggles.