Mohamed Salah breaks record after record for Liverpool; it has become something of a part-time hobby for him. And, in true Salah fashion, the latest record to be re-written into the Anfield history books is all about goals, with the Egyptian scoring in nine consecutive games.

Starting at Chelsea – in fittingly ironic circumstances – Salah netted a penalty, before going on to score against Leeds United, AC Milan, Crystal Palace, Brentford, Porto, Manchester City, Watford, and Atletico Madrid. Simply put, the Egyptian King has been unstoppable.

His best goal has to be the one against Manchester City, with his strike against Watford coming a close second. The occasion, the circumstance, and the quality of the players in front of him makes the City goal all the more spectacular.

You can see all nine record-breaking goals in the video below:

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