Sadio Mane’s goal for Liverpool vs Villa matched a Premier League record!

Sadio Mane’s goal for Liverpool vs Villa matched a Premier League record!

The Reds are having a wonderful season and also while chasing the quadruple, they have now managed to break another Premier League record.

Liverpool have already won the Carabao Cup and they are looking forward to winning 3 probable trophies this season. While the Reds have slightly loosened their grip on the Premier League title after dropping points against Spurs.

Meanwhile, Liverpool have some important games to play ahead this month which includes a FA Cup final against Chelsea on Saturday and a UCL final against Real Madrid at the end of this month.

Apart from this, the Reds have also managed to match a Premier League record while registering a win against Aston Villa.

Mane’s goal clinches the Reds record – 2nd in Premier League history

As the end of this season is coming towards an end, Liverpool will remember this year as they have broken a couple of records which were quite incredible.

A few days ago, Liverpool beat Newcastle United and broke their first record this season as the Merseyside club became the first English team to record 2,000 top-flight victories.

Now, after Sadio Mane scored a brilliant header against Aston Villa, Liverpool have now again broken a record and become only the second club in the Premier League to see three of their players score more than 15 goals.

Mohamed Salah and Diogo Jota had already scored more than 15 goals and Mane also joined them after scoring the crucial goal against Aston Villa.

In the moment when everybody obviously has a few yards in the legs, like you can see it with him to be honest, [he can do this]. Top goal. Just a fantastic, world-class player.

Klopp on Sadio Mane

The form of these players is a good sign for the Reds as they have some difficult matches ahead this month. It will also be difficult for the opposition to stop this giant attack who are in such a good form.

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