Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah scored his 150th goal for the club in their 3-1 win over Norwich City at Anfield on Saturday.
The Egyptian reached the landmark when he netted his side’s second of the afternoon, as Liverpool came from a goal down to beat the Canaries.
In the process, Salah became the 10th Liverpool player to reach the landmark in the history of the club, in what was his 233rd appearance since moving to Anfield in July 2017.
The likes of Ian Rush and Robbie Fowler are also on the list to reach the goal tally, but Salah has reached the landmark quicker than all but one of Liverpool’s former players.
Roger Hunt remains the quickest to have reached 150 for the Reds, who achieved the impressive record in 226 appearances – seven fewer than Salah.
The win over Norwich was Liverpool’s eighth consecutive victory in all competitions, in which Sadio Mane and January signing Luis Diaz also got themselves on the scoresheet