Liverpool’s sensational attacking trio have now scored a combined 250 goals in all competitions under Jurgen Klopp.
Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino share the impressive stat, which has been developed over the past five years since the German manager joined in 2015.
Firmino has been at Anfield for the entirety of Klopp’s tenure, while Mane joined in 2016 and Salah a year later.
Despite this, the Egyptian is responsible for the most goals – 94.
His Senegalese and Brazilian teammates, meanwhile, have 79 and 77 respectively.
The 250 mark was reached with Salah’s brace at Brighton on Wednesday night.
Under Klopp in the past two seasons, the trio have fired Liverpool to Champions League and Premier League glory.
They have also picked up the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup along the way, establishing the Reds as a bona fide superpower in world football once again.
While Liverpool couldn’t quite match Arsenal’s Invincibles, losing against Watford in March to end their hopes of an unbeaten season, Klopp’s men have broken numerous records – and have more in sight.
By winning the title with seven games to spare, they secured the quickest ever title win judged by matches remaining – a record previously held by Manchester United (2000/01) and Manchester City (2017/18), who wrapped up their league crowns with five games to go.
Liverpool also enjoyed the biggest ever lead in English top-flight history this season – 25 points clear at one stage – and accumulated the most points (61) after 21 games of any team in history across Europe’s top five leagues.
Now they are looking to continue their incredible form and clinch a lot more records to argue their case for being the best Premier League side in history.