Mohamed Salah reached a new milestone of 50 goals for Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp's side got their Champions League campaign back on track with a comfortable victory over Red Star Belgrade at Anfield on Wednesday night.

Defeat by Napoli last time out made this a must-win game in the battle with the Italians and Paris St Germain for the qualifying spots, and Liverpool did not disappoint; pummeling their opponents 4-0.

Roberto Firmino continued his fine scoring record in the competition with the opener in the 20th minute before Salah took over, netting his first just before half-time and then scoring a penalty shortly after the break to make it 50 goals in just 65 Reds appearances.

 A second penalty was missed by Sadio Mane but the forward made amends moments later to net Liverpool's fourth.

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