Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool seem to be setting new goalscoring standards almost every matchday and this weekend was no different.
The Reds beat Bournemouth 3-0 at Anfield on Saturday as forward trio Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino all scored landmark strikes.
The LFC front three have now combined to score 82 of the club's 121 goals across all competitions this term, and they don't look like stopping any time soon.
But, while Mane and Salah's strikes set individual records, Firmino's low finish to complete the scoring against the Cherries brought about a club milestone.
The Brazilian's goal against Bournemouth was the 300th scored by the Reds during Klopp's 148-game tenure.
The former Borussia Dortmund boss arrived at Anfield in October 2015 and his side now average an incredible 2.03 goals per game - a better rate than any Reds manager in the last 15 years.
Fittingly, it has been Firmino who has led the charge, scoring more times under the German than any other Liverpool player.
The No.9 has played more games (130) and scored more goals (48) during Klopp's reign than any of his colleagues.
The case for the defence
But it's not just Liverpool's much-vaunted attack that has been impressive this season.
The Reds limited Bournemouth to just one shot on target at Anfield on Saturday as they claimed a 15th clean sheet in the Premier League this season.
To put that into perspective, only top-four rivals Manchester United have more shutouts in the top flight this term with 16.
In fact, over the season, Klopp's side have limited their opponents to just 94 shots on target - a miserly total beaten only by newly-crowned Premier League champions Manchester City (77).
Mane makes history
Mane followed up his own header to open the scoring against Bournemouth and became the highest-scoring Senegalese player in Premier League history in the process.
The former Red Bull Salzburg forward, who spent two years at Southampton before joining Liverpool in 2016, notched his 44th goal in the English top flight to overtake ex-West Ham United, Newcastle United and Chelsea striker Demba Ba.
Of all the players to have hit 10 or more goals in all of their Premier League seasons, only Manchester City's Sergio Aguero (seven) and Eric Cantona (five), who played for Leeds United and Manchester United, have done it more often than Mane (four).
Gini the pass master
Georginio Wijnaldum lined up alongside captain Jordan Henderson and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in a three-man midfield against Bournemouth and didn't misplace a single pass during the entire match.
The Netherlands international completed 100 per cent of his 42 passes; 21 of which came in the opposition's half, with four leading to shooting opportunities for his teammates.
Wijnaldum is only the fourth midfielder to have a 100 per cent passing accuracy in a Premier League game this season (minimum 40 passes), along with Tottenham Hotspur's Mousa Dembele, Arsenal's Mohamed Elneny and Swansea City's Ki Sung-yueng.
That just leaves the small matter of record-breaking goal machine Salah. We could have had an entire article just on the Egyptian's statistics after he notched his 40th goal of the season across all competitions.
Salah has powered to that phenomenal tally quicker than any other player in the history of the club, taking just 45 games to reach the landmark and beating George Allan's record of 40 goals in 49 appearances, which had stood since 1897.
But the LFC No.11's goalscoring exploits extend far beyond Anfield.
His 30 Premier League goals this season puts him in pole position in the race for the competition's Golden Boot, five ahead of Spurs' Harry Kane. He also leads Barcelona's Lionel Messi in a closely-fought contest for the European Golden Shoe.