Only four players have scored in four consecutive European games for Liverpool – and Mohamed Salah will join this exclusive group when he faces Real Madrid on Tuesday night.
Roger Hunt, Robbie Fowler, Djibril Cisse and Steven Gerrard (twice) did the feat before, the last time Gerrard did so when he signed up for five consecutive games in 2007/08.
Salah, the scored a goal at Arsenal on Saturday for the season on 26, scored 25 goals in 43 Champions League games for the Reds.
In their European history, the Reds have made 19 of the 25 times they have reached the quarter-finals have
Jürgen Klopp has played against Los Blancos seven times in his managerial career – three wins, one draw and three losses
On Saturday, Liverpool won a fourth away game in a row in the same season without the first Conceding a goal since March 1988
Overall, Klopp’s side have won each of their last five games outside Anfield and seven of their last eight games
Three players have played in all of Liverpool’s European games this season played: Sadio Mane, Andy Robertson and Salah
James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum would miss the second leg of this game if they received a yellow card in Madrid
Fabinho played 14 minutes in his only appearance for Real as a substitute a 6-2 win over Malaga in May 2013
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