The Egyptian forward hit the target for the Reds in Sunday's epic clash at Anfield.

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah weaved his way into the record books once more with his contribution in Sunday night's Premier League clash with Manchester United. The 30-year-old hit a stunning volley to help Jurgen Klopp's side to an emphatic 7-0 win.

A goal by January signing Cody Gakpo in the 45th minute gave Liverpool the edge going into the half-time break and the Reds did not falter in their quest to run away with the win. Two minutes after play resumed for the second half, Nunez doubled the host's lead with a fine finish. Gakpo made it 3-0 with an assist from from Harvey Elliot in the 50th minute before Mohamed Salah got his record breaking goal 16 minutes later.


With the strike, Salah tied with Robbie Fowler's Liverpool's all-time top goalscorer record tally of 129. The Egyptian striker proceeded to become the full custodian of the milestone by scoring the Reds' final goal in the night's big win.

Salah also extended his record as the Liverpool player in history with the most goals against Manchester United. The Reds' talisman has registered 12 goals against the Red Devils in all competitions against the Old Trafford outfit.