Liverpool star Mohamed Salah, on Sunday, etched his name ever further into the history books of English football.
Liverpool, and Salah, of course, were back in action a short time ago.
Amid a stellar stretch of recent form, the Reds welcomed West Ham United to Anfield, eyeing a 5th successive Premier League triumph.
And, when all was said and done, march on to another three-point haul is precisely what Jurgen Klopp’s troops managed.
After the aforementioned Salah’s opener was cancelled out by Jarrod Bowen late in the first-half, Liverpool dusted themselves down, thanking further strikes on the part of Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota for an eventual 3-1 win.
As alluded to above, though, the man responsible for opening the scoring on Merseyside - Salah - did not only see his latest contribution in the final third prove decisive from a collective standpoint.
In addition, it proved a noteworthy one from a collective standpoint.
As revealed in the aftermath of Sunday’s action, Salah, against West Ham, became ‘the first player in Premier League history to score or assist in 12 consecutive games twice’.
Another remarkable achievement for the ‘Egyptian King’.