It seems barely a week goes by without Mohamed Salah reaching another Liverpool landmark or smashing a long-standing record.
The forward was at it again at the weekend, when his two assists - and it really should have been three - moved him through the 200 barrier for goal involvements in the Premier League.
Only Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has reached such a figure in fewer games, taking 206 appearances compared to Salah's 223. The Liverpool man's total comprises 139 goals and 62 assists, with just Steven Gerrard, with 212 Premier League goal involvements, ahead of him in the Reds' pecking order.
The Egyptian has also now been involved in at least one goal in each of his last 11 top-flight fixtures, the longest such sequence of any player since Salah himself registered 15 in a row in the first half of the 2021/22 season.
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And those statistics underline an often overlooked aspect of Salah's game. The Egyptian King has long been the Crown Prince of assists.
While Salah has scored a not insignificant five goals during his current run - two coming this season - he has laid on an impressive nine goals for team-mates in the same period. Three came at Leicester City alone towards the end of last term when he set up Curtis Jones twice and Trent Alexander-Arnold, replicating a similar hat-trick for Diogo Jota when coming off the bench in the Champions League group stage at Rangers last October.
Yes, he remains a deadly marksman, reaching the 30-goal landmark in four of his six full seasons at Liverpool and in each of his last three campaigns. But onlyRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk