The Egyptian star made history with his second half strike against AC Milan.
With his strike against AC Milan on Wednesday, Mohamed Salah equaled Liverpool’s record for most Champions League / European Cup goals at Anfield with Steven Gerrard.
Salah scored in the 48th minute of the Champions League match, ending the match with a 2-2 draw after Duke Origi’s help.
The goal was 14th in the Champions League at Anfield, with the Reds tied with legend Gerard.
Salah’s CL record in Liverpool.
Salah scored just three Champions League goals in his career before leaving Rome for Liverpool, but has since become a serial scorer.
The Egyptian star now has 26 Champions League goals for Liverpool, more than half of which are at home.
His most memorable applause came from Anfield, as he opened the scoring in the second minute of the 2019 Champions League final against Tottenham on penalties.
Advice produces rare penalties.
Generally so reliable from the ground up, Salah created an unusual miss early in Wednesday’s game.
With Liverpool already leading 1-0 in the 14th minute, Salah saved his penalty through Milan keeper Mike Megan.
It was only the second time Salah failed to move in 19 Liverpool attempts, and the first since 2017.