Social media monitoring site SecondSync this week reported that there were 15,000 Facebook interactions in the minute that Luis Suarez scored at Old Trafford.
But LFC can reveal a far more astonishing statistic from this weekend's Facebook football activity.
A comprehensive study of every official Barclays Premier League club's Facebook page on the day each team played at the weekend has revealed that Liverpool FC generated five times more 'Likes' than the league's second-most active club and over 10,600 times more engagement than the bottom-placed team.
However, far more incredible, is the performance of Liverpool FC's Thailand Facebook page on Sunday.
Anyone who saw the footage from Liverpool's visit to Thailand last summer will be aware of just how fanatical the fans are and when it comes to Facebook, Liverpool's dedicated Thai-language page is nothing short of a social media phenomenon.
Liverpool's 16million followers on Facebook have been divided into nine international pages and one global page to improve engagement with fans overseas - and despite the Thailand page only accounting for 1.7million of those followers, it massively outperformed every other Premier League club's global Facebook account.
If that wasn't incredible enough, on Sunday the Thai page actually generated a quarter of a million more Facebook 'Likes' than the other 19 clubs' global Facebook accounts combined.
Added together, the 19 clubs generated 1,922,019 'Likes' on the day they played - whilst LFC's Thailand page registered 2,172,761 Facebook 'Likes' on Sunday.
Collectively, Liverpool's 19 Premier League rivals are followed by some 113,611,511 fans on Facebook - but despite this, Liverpool FC's 1,728,447 Thai Facebook followers proved that when it comes to genuine social media engagement, they are truly in a league of their own.
In fact, neither Real Madrid nor Barcelona - the two most popular football clubs in the world on Facebook with 54,000,000 and 58,000,000 followers respectively - managed to generate more 'Likes' than Liverpool's Thai page this weekend.
See below the full Facebook league table of matchday 'Likes' from March 15 and 16.
Click here to visit the official LFC Thai Facebook page.