Mohamed Salah has now climbed to outright sixth place on the list of Liverpool's all-time leading men's scorers.
The Egyptian increased his total for the Reds to 184 with his penalty against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
In doing so, he moved above Anfield legend Robbie Fowler, who amassed 183 goals in all competitions across his two spells with the club.
Salah is also now on the brink of entering the top five, sitting just two strikes shy of fifth-placed Steven Gerrard (186 goals) among Liverpool’s greatest ever marksmen.
The No.11’s haul includes 135 in the Premier League, 42 in Champions League football, five in the Emirates FA Cup and one apiece in the League Cup and FA Community Shield.
That tally has been achieved over the course of exactly 300 appearances since Salah joined the Reds from AS Roma in the summer of 2017.
Liverpool’s all-time leading men’s scorers
- Ian Rush – 346
- Roger Hunt – 285
- Gordon Hodgson – 241
- Billy Liddell – 228
- Steven Gerrard – 186
- Mohamed Salah – 184
- Robbie Fowler – 183
- Kenny Dalglish – 172
- Michael Owen – 158
- Harry Chambers – 151