Liverpool scored six second half goals to win resoundingly at Ibrox and leave Rangers on the abyss in group
Rangers had taken the lead through Scott Arfield but ran out of gas and struggled to lay a glove in second half
Second half hat-trick from Mohamed Salah in six minutes put Liverpool 6-1 ahead before Harvey Elliot scored
Boos rung out from Ibrox crowd at the final whistle with questions hanging over Giovanni van Bronckhorst
Jurgen Klopp’s side will now just have to avoid defeat against Ajax in Amsterdam to ensure qualification
Jurgen Klopp looked at the assistant referee in front of the Sandy Jardine Stand and then glanced over his shoulder at the fourth official, with a hint of trepidation.
He was waiting, tentatively, to see if there was a reaction from either man but neither flinched.
And, then, after what seemed like an age, Klopp began to smile, clapping his hands slowly at first before he knew it was safe to celebrate.
Klopp enjoying himself? There hasn’t been much chance to do that of late, but now he could and what followed before the end was something incredible — with Mo Salah coming off the bench to score the fastest hat-trick in Champions League history!
Well, this is Not Liverpool’s first time in seventh heaven
Tonight is the fourth time that Liverpool have scored seven or more in a single game in the Champions League.
Mohamed Salah becomes the fastest player to score a hat-trick in the Champions League as he was subbed in during the 68th minute of the second half to net in three goals within 12 minutes of his entry! His goals came in during the 76th, 80th and 81st minutes of the the second half goal campaign, all assisted by Diogo Jota
Might this be the night that things change for the better? The Reds face Manchester City by weekend.