Mohamed Salah set a Premier League record on Saturday as the Egyptian star scored Liverpool’s third and final goal in a win over Norwich.
At 74th minute of the game, Salah’s goal came in after the Liverpool star assisted the first two goals in the 3-0 win.
The finish was a lovely left-footed shot from the top of the box that took a slight deflection, leaving Tim Krul helpless as Salah sealed Liverpool’s win.
Salah continued a streak that has seen him dominate in the first game of the Premier League season with the goal. In five consecutive Premier League openers, Salah has now scored and making him to become the first player to hit that mark.
Additionally, Salah now has 10 total goal involvements in games on the opening weekend of the Premier League in his career, with seven goals and three assists.
Only former Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney, who has eight goals and five assists in Premier League openers, has more.