Liverpool's Mohamed Salah showed once again why he would arguably be Liverpool's main man this season if the Reds are to retain their Premier League title.
The Egyptian scored his 11th goal of the current season as Jurgen Klopp edged out Jose Mourinho's Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday night at Anfield.
The goal took his tally to 86 overall in the league, surpassing Eden Hazard's goal record.
The Belgian scored 85 goals during a successful spell at Chelsea, before moving to Real Madrid in the summer of 2019.
Incredibly, Salah achieved the feat with 112 fewer games, hitting the numbers in just 133 Premier League appearances.
Just last week, Liverpool's number 11 surpassed another Premier League legend in Cristiano Ronaldo when he scored in the 1-1 draw against Fulham.
The Portuguese scored 84 Premier League goals for Manchester United, but Salah surpassed him in 64 fewer games.
He is currently 15th on all-time Liverpool top scorers, pulling level with John Barnes!
Mohamed Salah levels John Barnes' 108 #LFC goals to become the club's 15th all time joint top goalscorer. Both wingers were/are the best of their generation. Barnes managed his 108 goals after 407 games, whereas Mo has matched Digger's record in just 172 games, 235 outings less!— Carl Clemente (@clemente_carl) December 16, 2020
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