MO SALAH has become the first Liverpool player ever to score in nine consecutive games.
The Egyptian netted in Tuesday's Champions League group stage game against Atletico Madrid.
And Salah has now set a record by becoming the first-ever Red to net in nine matches in a row.
The flying forward has been in red-hot form this season.
He already has two goal-of-the-season contenders after wonder strikes against Manchester City and Watford.
And Salah produced another dazzling run before firing past Jan Oblak with just eight minutes on the clock at the Wanda Metropolitano.
There were question marks over whether the goal had taken a deflection off Atletico's Geoffrey Kondogbia first.
But Uefa eventually confirmed the strike belonged to Salah, putting him in Liverpool's history books.
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