Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah made history on Tuesday 21/2/2023, when he became the club’s all-time top goal scorer in European competitions.
The Egyptian forward was on hand to score for the Anfield side in the first leg of their Champions League Last 16 clash with Real Madrid. Taking his tally for the season to 19 goals and eight assists in 34 games across all competitions.
The goal now means that Salah has bagged 42 goals across all European competitions for the Premier League giants.
A remarkable record considering it has come in just 66 games for Liverpool, but even more so because it means the forward has now surpassed the previously held record by former club captain Steven Gerrard.
The previous record stood at 41 goals in 130 games for the former England international, meaning Salah has matched and beaten Gerrard’s record in almost half as many.