Mo Salah Liverpool Man United

Mo Salah is the king of Anfield. Image: @mosalah / Twitter

Liverpool 7-0 Man United: Extraordinary Mo Salah stat that’s too funny to believe

Liverpool Mo Salah broke a bunch of record against Man United last night. There’s one amazing stat that you need to see though.

Mo Salah Liverpool Man United

Mo Salah is the king of Anfield. Image: @mosalah / Twitter

Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah is now the all-time leading Premier League goal-scorer for Liverpool after his brace against Man United. He also set another hilarious record in the process.

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Liverpool batter Man United at Anfield to reignite top four hopes

Man United suffered their first Premier League defeat since January in a 7-0 thumping against Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday. It’s a result that severely dents their title chances this year and ends a stunning run of positive results for Erik Ten Hag’s side. Braces from Cody Gakpo, Darwin Nunez and Egyptian superstar Mohamed Salah, as well as a goal from substitute Roberto Firmino, saw Liverpool secure a resounding 7-0 win against their old enemy.

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Salah has 11 goals and four assists in his last six games against United. Liverpool are now firmly back in the race for a finish in the top four. If they win their game in hand, they’ll leapfrog Tottenham into fourth place.

STAT: At Anfield since 2017-18, Salah has received more yellow cards for taking his shirt off celebrating against Man United (2) than United have scored goals against Liverpool. Lol.

Stat: @squawka / Twitter

Egyptian King Salah out on his own

Salah now has 129 EPL goals for Liverpool, more than any other player in the club’s history. The previous mark was 128 set by Robbie Fowler. Salah has 178 goals in 291 appearances for Liverpool across all competitions.

What about United? They face Real Betis in the Europa League round of 16 on Thursday, hoping to pick up the pieces from this humiliating defeat.

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