The Reds were back on their travels in the Champions League on Tuesday evening and heaped more misery on Porto in what was their third visit in just five seasons.
The result keeps Liverpool at the top of Group B with a 100 percent record and means they remain unbeaten in their first nine games of 2021/22.
It was another night to savour and another mark of the Reds’ credentials after being so easily written off on the eve of the campaign.
And here are nine impressive statistics that emerged from Liverpool‘s win at Porto.
Salah is now the second-highest African goalscorer in the Champions League (31) having overtaken Samuel Eto’o, and he is now behind only Didier Drogba (44).
Liverpool have scored three or more goals in six consecutive games for only the third time in the club’s history – the only other times were in May 2009 and October 1892.
Salah has scored in his last six appearances for the club in all competitions, it’s the first time that a Red has reached that figure since April 2018 – that was also Salah. King.
And Jurgen Klopp has now won away in the Champions League by four or more goals on four separate occasions, Bob Paisley and Rafa Benitez’s sides, meanwhile, only managed it once in Europe’s premier competition.
You sense this is Liverpool only getting started this season and it’s a foreboding thought for their rivals domestically and in Europe.