Every Single Record Liverpool Broke at Old Trafford

Salah became the highest-scoring African in Premier League History

With his hat-trick at Old Trafford, Mohamed Salah has overtaken Didier Drogba to become the highest-scoring African in Premier League history.

The previous record held by the Chelsea legend was 104 goals which were achieved in 254 appearances. Salah has now moved onto 107 goals in just 167 games, and with him not seemingly slowing down, he could extend his lead in the seasons to come.

Ultimately, he's absolutely obliterated Drogba's record and he may just be the best African to ever do it in the Premier League.

Mo Salah Specials

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Mo Salah becomes first Liverpool player to score in 10 successive games

Salah’s electric form to start the season has seen him break a goalscoring record for Liverpool at Old Trafford where he has scored in 10 games in a row.

Salah already broke the record in Liverpool’s Champions League victory away to Atletico Madrid, but is now extending his record and with the form he is in, it might be a while before he is stopped. The previous record was held by Daniel Sturridge, who scored in eight consecutive games for Liverpool back in 2014.

Mo Salah Specials

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SALAH TO MATCH VARDY'S RECORD AND SCORE IN 11 CONSECUTIVE PL GAMES (CURRENTLY 7) @ 14/1

Salah becomes first away player in Premier History to score a hat-trick at Old Trafford

Salah has become the first away player to score a hat-trick in the Premier League at Old Trafford since its formation in 1992 and the first player to do so since the Brazilian Ronaldo managed this feat in the Champions League back in 2003.

The only slight difference is Ronaldo had a standing ovation from parts of Old Trafford when he scored his third, while much of the stadium was empty by the time Salah netted his third just after half time 17 years on.

Mo Salah Specials

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MOHAMED SALAH TO BEAT THE GOALS SCORED RECORD IN A 38 GAME PL SEASON (32 GOALS, SALAH 2017/18) @ 6/1

Salah is the first Liverpool player to score in three consecutive games at Old Trafford

For a while, Salah struggled against United and it took him five games to score his first goal against them. Since then, however, he hasn’t stopped scoring against the 20-time champions, scoring seven goals in his next five games against United which now means he has become the first Liverpool player to score in three consecutive away trips to Old Trafford

Mo Salah Specials

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SALAH TOP PL SCORER AND TOP CL SCORER IN THE 21/22 SEASON (5 IN UCL, 10 IN PL) @ 10/1

Liverpool become first Premier League team to score two hat-tricks against United

With Salah’s hat-trick at Old Trafford, Liverpool became the first Premier League team to witness someone score two hat-tricks against United, with the other trio of goals being scored by Dirk Kuyt in Liverpool's 3-1 home win over Sir Alex Ferguson's men back in 2011.

Liverpool’s largest-ever victory at Old Trafford

Given the stature of the game between Liverpool and United, the games are usually lower scoring than 5-0 to the away side, with the last two games at Old Trafford being an exception.

Now, a season after Klopp's men won 4-2 in Manchester, the latest Liverpool performance has become their largest-ever victory at Old Trafford and the club's biggest defeat over the Red Devils post-WW2.

Liverpool Specials

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LIVERPOOL TO WIN THE TITLE AND SALAH TOP SCORER @ 4/1

Liverpool become first Premier League club to score five goals in consecutive away games without conceding

Winning one game 5-0 away from home against a Premier League side is very impressive but winning two is spectacular, as back-to-back 5-0 wins for Liverpool over Watford and United mean they have become the first Premier League team to score five goals in consecutive away games without conceding a goal.

United 4-0 down at half time for first time at Old Trafford

United have conceded four goals in the first half before at Old Trafford during the Premier League era, most notably last season when they were 4-1 down to Tottenham Hotspur at half time.

However, they had a goal that day before the first 45 minutes ended, but in this game against Liverpool, they were 4-0 down at half time for the first time in Old Trafford's 111-year history.


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