He's been a revelation this season and Mohamed Salah is now becoming a regular record breaker with Liverpool .
Last week in Liverpool's 4-1 win over West Ham, the Egyptian became the first player to score 20-plus left-footed goals in a single season in Premier League history.
And now he is breaking more records after the Reds' comfortable 2-0 win over Newcastle, which saw them move up to second in the table.
Salah gave Jurgen Klopp's side the lead just before half-time and in the process equalled a record Robbie Fowler and Daniel Sturridge of scoring in 19 different Premier League games in the same season.
The ex- Roma player has also scored in his last seven Liverpool matches, a feat that Sturridge also achieved in February 2014.
But the most impressive Salah stat is this was the 26th competitive club match he has scored in this campaign, eclipsing the likes of Edinson Cavani (24) and the great Lionel Messi (20) in Europe's big five leagues.
And finally, one stat that Newcastle fans will dread to see!
Salah's goal was his 32nd of the 2017/18 season, which is the same amount Newcastle have scored in all competitions.
Liverpool face Manchester United at Old Trafford next and this will give the Merseyside club the chance to tighten their grip on second spot, and maybe Salah will break more records!