Liverpool make Champions League history
Liverpool have made history in the Champions League this evening after they beat Spartak Moscow 7-0 on a special night at Anfield.
The Reds are known for making Champions League history and have done so again tonight by breaking a very long-standing record.
That record was for the most goals scored in the Champions League group stage by an English side.
The record was held by Manchester United’s
The side are now known for their incredible attacking threat, with four of the best attacking players in world football.
Though they certainly took it to another level this evening as they single-handedly destroyed the Spartak defence.
Captain on the night Philippe Coutinho was one of their shining lights in attack as he sealed his hat-trick.
Though he was never going to be the only one shining in attack.
Sadio Mane got himself two goals, one coming from an incredible bicycle kick which sent the ball straight past the goalkeeper before he could react.
Roberto Firmino got in on the act when the ball fell to him inside the area, cooly slotting with the outside of him boot into the far corner.
To round off the evening, the signing of the season Mohamed Salah scored to continue his incredible goalscoring run.
That not only sealed Liverpool’s passage into the next stage of the Champions League, it sealed a place in history.
Liverpool suffer injury blow
While the fans are riding high after their win tonight, there was one negative.
That comes in the form of one key player getting seriously injured.