Mohamed Salah set a Premier League record in the 2-1 home victory over AFC Bournemouth on Saturday.
The Liverpool forward's equalising goal against the Cherries was the sixth consecutive Premier League match in which he has scored against them.
In so doing Salah became the first player to boast a 100 per cent scoring record over six meetings with a single side in the competition.
Salah is two short of the record for a player's scoring streak against a single opponent in the competition.
The goal was Salah's 70th for Liverpool in 100 Premier League matches for the club.
This is seven more than Fernando Torres, his nearest Liverpool rival.
|Alan Shearer (BLB)||79|
|Mohamed Salah (LIV)||70|
|Ruud van Nistelrooy (MUN)||68|
|Sergio Aguero (MCI)||64|
|Fernando Torres (LIV)||63|
It was also Salah's 20th goal in all competitions this season, the third campaign in a row the Egyptian has hit that mark.
He became the first Liverpool player to do so since Michael Owen between 2000/01 and 2002/03.