It really happened in Gameweek 9 that Manchester United suffers their biggest defeat against Liverpool. Mohammed Salah scored Hat-trick in the 5-0 Victory to sets New record in Manchester United's History.
He is now the first African player to score Hat-trick against Manchester United at Old Trafford and this is just his fourth goal against Manchester United since he joined Liverpool from AS Roma few years ago.
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He is not the first player to Score Hat-trick against Manchester at Old Trafford, The first player is Ronaldo Nazario in 2003 when Real Madrid faced Manchester United in Uefa Champions League. The match ended 4-3 in Manchester United favour and they couldn't qualify to the next stage because they already lost 3-1 to Real Madrid in the first leg of the UCL game.
Mohammed Salah is now officially the second player to score Hat-trick against Manchester United and the last time a Liverpool player scored Hat-trick against Manchester is 85 years ago. Mohammed Salah is obviously the best player in English Premier League this season so far.
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