Liverpool's Mohamed Salah (right) celebrates scoring his side's third goal from the penalty spot
Friday Oct 26, 2018. 18:00
Liverpool's Mohamed Salah broke yet another record for the Merseyside club in a 4-0 win over Red Star Belgrade in the UEFA Champions League this week.
The 26-year-old completed his brace with a second-half penalty, and in doing so he reached 50 goals for the club in record time.
Salah reached the milestone in just 65 games, the fewest number of matches required to achieve a half-century goals for the club, beating a mark previously held by Albert Stubbins (77 matches).
The Egyptian international scored 44 goals in his first season at Anfield, adding another six so far this term.