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Mohammed Salah becomes the first Liverpool player to score 7 goals in a single Champions League group stage campaign

The Egyptian Pharoah never seems to take a break when it comes to breaking and setting new records.


Liverpool’s Mo Salah has been in terrific form since the start of the 21/21 season.

He keeps breaking and setting new records on the regular. One record he broke on Tuesday night was being the first Liverpool player to score 7 goals in 6 matches in a single champions league group stage campaign.

He is close behind Benzema in Europe’s golden boot race.
His goal last night adds his tally to 20 goals in all competitions this season for the Egyptian King.

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