Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino helped Liverpool make Champions League goalscoring history on Tuesday.

The duo each took their personal tallies in this season's competition to eight by netting in the Reds' 2-1 quarter-final second-leg win at Manchester City.

As such, Salah and Firmino both eclipsed Steven Gerrard's club record of seven from the 2008-09 Champions League campaign.

And, following the match at Etihad Stadium, Liverpool have now plundered 33 goals in this season's tournament - the most ever by an English side, surpassing Manchester United's record of 32 set during 2002-03.

FC Barcelona lead the all-time list, with 45 goals scored during their 16-game run to the semi-finals in 1999-00; an average of 3.15 goals per game.

Under the current Champions League format, Real Madrid are the most prolific side. They found the net 41 times in a 13-match run to the 2013-14 final - averaging 2.81 goals per game.

Klopp's Liverpool currently average 3.3 goals per game and are one of only two teams in Champions League history to score seven goals in a match twice in one season.

The Reds beat both Spartak Moscow and NK Maribor 7-0 during the group stage to equal a landmark set by Bayern Munich in 2014-15.