Two-time Premier League Golden Boot winner Mohamed Salah boasts a number of league and club records to his name, and the Liverpool star added another to his collection during his side's win over West Ham United on Wednesday.
Salah was instrumental in the Reds' win over West Ham on Wednesday where he scored once, from the penalty spot, and registered the assist for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to slot home and secure a 2-0 win.
The result, which was Liverpool's 15th straight win and 41st match without defeat in the league, saw the club beat every other EPL team in the same season in record time, but also saw Salah extend one of his own.
After helping his side claim all three points on Wednesday, the Egypt international has now won 30 games on the trot in the league, according to GoalScorer Challenge, extending his record of James Milner, David Silva and Oleksandr Zinchenko (23 each) to seven games.
Liverpool have won 23 out of the 24 league matches this season, with Jurgen Klopp's side only dropping points during a draw against Manchster United - a match which Salah missed through injury.
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The former Chelsea and AS Roma star has also now played a hand in 90 goals for Liverpool (goals and assists, across all competitions) in just 95 appearances for the club.
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