Liverpool star Mohamed Salah regained his shine on an exceptional night in which he scored a hat-trick in the Liverpool-Rangers match.
This ultimately makes him the fastest player to score a hat-trick in the history of the Champions League.
The march ended 7/1 for Liverpool, in the the fourth round of the European Champions League.
Salah joined as a substitute in the 68th minute of the match and managed to score the three goals within six minutes, while the rest of the goals came through Firmino and Darwin Nunez.
Salah has became the fastest player to score a hat-trick in the history of the Champions League in six minutes and 12 seconds, surpassing Bafetimbi Gomez, the French Lyon star, who scored his hat-trick against Dinamo Zagreb in 2011 in eight minutes.
Salah topped the list of scorers for English clubs in the Champions League, after scoring the 38th goal in the tournament on Wednesday.
Prior to this Hossam Hassan is the only Egyptian player to score three goals in one match in the European Championships when he played for the Swiss club Neuchatel, against the Scottish Rangers.