Mo Salah made a late charge for man-of-the-match status with a six-minute hat-trick in the second-half at the Ibrox – a record-breaking time, as has been reported in a tweet from OptaJoe.
6 – Mo Salah has scored a hat-trick with just six minutes and 12 seconds between his first and third goals, the quickest ever in UEFA Champions League history. Lightning. pic.twitter.com/cuZ2YquoiF
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) October 12, 2022
Liverpool had started poorly in Scotland, conceding early after allowing Scott Arfield acres of space to grab an opener for Rangers, though rallied superbly in the final 45 minutes to produce a world-beating display.
There’s no question that the hosts weren’t at the races at the time, though it’s a result that will hopefully furnish the Reds with a big confidence boost ahead of Manchester City’s visit at the weekend.
You can catch all the goals from Salah here, courtesy of BT Sport & beIN Sport:
Every goal from Mo Salah's record-breaking hat-trick vs. Rangers 😮💨
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 12, 2022