Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah scored 3 goals against Manchester United to become the historical African scorer in the English Premier League with 107 goals today, Sunday.

Salah shared the top scorer in the African Premier League with Didier Drogba, the former Ivory Coast and Chelsea player, with 104 goals each.

The Egyptian striker was at the top of the list when he scored in the 38th minute with a shot from inside the penalty area and then added two goals in the 45th and 50th minutes to consolidate Liverpool's 5-0 lead.

The former Swiss striker, Basel, scored 105 goals with Liverpool, and two goals with Chelsea, who played for him between 2014 and 2016.

Salah, 29, also extended his record for scoring for the tenth consecutive game with Liverpool.