…… Darwin Nunez and Mohamed Salah all grabbed braces, while substitute Roberto Firmino completed the demolition late on.
Cody Gakpo, Mohamed Salah, and Darwin Nunez scored twice apiece as Liverpool routed Manchester United 7-0 in an extraordinary game at Anfield, strengthening their top-four hopes and quieting talk of Erik ten Hag’s side making a title charge, Eurosport reports.
Gakpo opened the scoring at the end of a frenetic first half.
Liverpool took the contest in a crazy five minutes after the break. First Nunez headed in from close range before Gakpo linked up with Salah and beat David de Gea with a deft chip.
Salah seized the fourth, absolutely breaking a bouncing ball into the roof of the net, and that took him to level with Robbie Fowler on a club-record 128 Premier League goals for Liverpool.
Nunez summed up the fifth with his head before Salah scored a scruffy sixth.
Substitute Roberto Firmino finalized the ruin late on.
Liverpool is now just three points off the Champions League places with a game in hand.
Liverpool has kept five clean sheets in a row in the Premier League.
Salah is the first Liverpool player to score in six consecutive matches versus the Red Devils.