The old adage of ‘a game of two halves’ has seldom been more true when comparing Liverpool’s first and second half performances against Rangers, with Mo Salah joining in the party in Scotland.
Bobby Firmino and Darwin Nunez had already got themselves on the score sheet against the Glasgow side and it wouldn’t be fair if the Egyptian King didn’t join the party.
It was a classic goal from the 30-year-old, as he weaved his magic on the right-wing and poked it past the goalkeeper.
Individual moments from the finish may not reflect well on the Scottish team but it shows the brilliance of our No.11, as he became the joint highest scoring player for English clubs in the Champions League (with Didier Drogba and Sergio Aguero).
You can watch Salah’s goal courtesy of beIN Sports (via @LyalyMnswr on Twitter):