Mohamed Salah made history during the chaotic second half of Liverpool’s thumping of Manchester United.
The Egyptian attacker became Liverpool’s all-time leading Premier League scorer with his goal, which gave the Reds a six-goal lead and helped them to a 7-0 triumph.
In 205 league games for Liverpool, Salah scored his 128th and 129th goals on Sunday.
Salah even succeeded in surpassing the figure referred to as “God” in the eyes of Reds supporters with his two goals versus United.
Robbie Fowler has been eclipsed by Salah as Liverpool’s all-time leading Premier League scorer. What a fitting place for him to achieve it—against United at Anfield.
In the 66th minute, he scored his first goal by thumping a powerful shot past David de Gea to cap off a quick counterattack.