Mohamed Salah has overtaken ex-Chelsea striker Didier Drogba to become the highest scoring African player in Premier League history. And what a number we scored as a team in the whole season, that's insane.
The 25-year-old Egypt global has been one of European football's most impressive players this season following his move to Merseyside from AS Roma in the summer transfer window last year.
This week Salah was the one really wanting more goals as their rivalry grows. We fight always for Champions League - in the Premier League and in the Champions League.
Salah's season has been ridiculous.
Vazquez, 26, has netted eight goals and chipped in with eight assists in all competitions.
In scoring against Bournemouth, Salah has now scored in 22 different Premier League games this season. He played one game, the next game rested, then played another game and then the next game rested and stuff like that.
Given the volume of chances served up to the forward, Salah could yet see two more records come his way before the season is over. And then what you need in a game like this, against a side who want to have counter-attacks - which is normal if they are that much under pressure - the counter-pressing was outstanding from the boys.
Though Real have won the tournament 12 times and Bayern have been crowned champions on five occasions, Salah said his ex-colleagues informed him the last thing they wanted was to be drawn against Liverpool.
The Egyptian's looping header against Bournemouth was his 30th Premier League goal and 40th strike overall in 2017-18, a goal which saw him break multiple records.