By scoring against Bournemouth last weekend, Mohamed Salah netted his 30th goal of the season and therefore passed yet another huge milestone in what has been a sensational campaign for the Liverpool forward.
Indeed, the goal saw Salah surpass the great Didier Drogba to become the highest scoring African player in a single Premier League season.
Thankfully, there were no hard feelings from the man nudged down into second place, with Drogba duly sending Salah a special message to celebrate his remarkable...
Liverpool's interest in the results of others is not as attentive as it was several weeks ago.
Before the season began they'd have wanted to confirm their top four status as well as produce an overall performance in Europe their fans could be proud of.
They've already achieved the latter, gone beyond it in fact, and a win against AS Roma in the Champions League semifinal could even set them up for a glorious finish and embellish their proud history on the continent.
Liverpool CEO Peter Moore has been doing some digging ahead the club's upcoming Champions League semifinal against Roma.
The two clubs have history with each other in Europe and some Roma fans see this tie as an opportunity for revenge on Liverpool winning the 1984 European Cup against them at the Stadio Olimpico.
Moore unearthed Liverpool's scouting report of Roma, produced by Boot Room stalwart Tom Saunders, ahead of that final.
Eagerly looking forward to reacquainting ourselves with our old friends @ASRomaEN In anticipation, we went through the archives today and found these gems - scouting reports from Tom Saunders,including recommending Bruce doesn't move his feet on penalties. No mention of his knees pic.twitter.com/B4nkJVQzyc
Liverpool have revealed their home kit for the 2018-19 campaign.
Following the success of this season's kit, which honoured the club's 125th anniversary, Liverpool have decided to retain the retro look and Red Pepper colour going forward.
The kit features "linear jacquard stripes on the front" that are inspired by the architecture of the new Main Stand at Anfield, while a collar has been reintroduced to give it "lifestyle look," according to the press release.