Champions League Salah nets fastest-ever hat-trick as Liverpool thrash Rangers. As Liverpool hammered Rangers 7-1, attacker Mohamed Salah recorded the quickest hat-trick in Champions League history.
Scott Arfield gave the Scottish team the lead.
Before the Reds added six more goals, Roberto Firmino did however level.
This included three from Salah, the replacement, in only six minutes.
Before assisting Darwin Nunez to score his second goal in as many games, Firmino scored his second in the 55th minute.
After scoring the first of his three goals on minute 75, Salah grabbed control and finished off the game against the helpless Rangers defense twice more to win the match.
Harvey Elliott was given a seventh-minute penalty that Rangers finally gave up.
Rangers suffered their most significant loss in a competitive game at Ibrox as a result of Liverpool’s outstanding second half.
Jurgen Klopp’s team needs one point from their remaining two games—away to Ajax and at home to Napoli—to guarantee their qualification after Napoli defeated Ajax 4-2 earlier in the evening.