After a cagey first-half, Liverpool came back to smash through Rangers in the second, scoring six goals and thumping the hosts 7-1 in Glasgow.
Roberto Firmino continued his great form in front of goal, scoring two and setting Darwin Nunez up for Liverpool’s third.
Mohamed Salah came off the bench with just 22 minutes left, but smashed home three goals within six of these to score the fastest-ever Champions League hat-trick. He is also the highest scoring player for an English side in this competition.
Rangers who pegged Liverpool back early on in the first half, even scoring their first Champions League goal in this campaign, were unable to find their rhythm in the second, as the visitors ran riot.
So good was Liverpool in the dying stages of the game that even teenager, Harvey Elliot was able to get himself a goal, Liverpool’s 7th.
With Salah back in the goals and a +6 in the goal difference column, Jurgen Klopp will be extremely happy with his side’s performance as they look to win back the European title they last won in 2019.