In heading a late equaliser past Petr Cech on Sunday, Luis Suarez became only the 12th player in the club's history to score 30 goals for Liverpool in a single season.
The stoppage-time leveller was the Uruguayan's 23rd strike in the 2012-13 Barclays Premier League, while the No.7 has notched a further seven in cup competitions during this campaign.
Only 11 men have previously achieved that feat for the Reds, beginning with Sam Raybould in 1902-03. Jack Parkinson was next, hitting 30 in 1909-10, before Gordon Hodgson struck 32 and 36 in 1928-29 and 1930-31 respectively.
Remarkably, both John Evans and Billy Liddell broke the 30-goal barrier in 1955 and the latter did it again the following season.
Roger Hunt took up the mantle throughout the 1960s - the World Cup winner struck 42 goals in 1961-62 and surpassed the 30 mark on four further occasions up to 1968.
A decade would pass before another player would join the elite scoring club, with Kenny Dalglish finding the back of the net 31 times in 1977-78.
Welshman Ian Rush, a goalscoring machine at Anfield, grabbed more than 30 in five out of six seasons between 1982 and 1987.
John Aldridge scored 31 goals during the 1988-89 campaign before Robbie Fowler bagged 31, 36 and 31 across the three seasons from 1995 to 1997.
And the last goalscorer to reach this particular landmark was Fernando Torres, who found the target 33 times during his debut campaign with the Reds in 2007-08.