The four goals that Mohamed Salah got on Saturday were not so rare in themselves.
But how the Liverpool winger scored those four goals has only happened twice before in the competition, and one of those occasions was also at Anfield.
Salah’s strikes against Watford were split equally between his feet: two with his left and two with his right.
As noted by The Times’ Bill Edgar, only two others have split four goals in a match equally between their two feet.
Salah also matched Arshavin in that his four goals came from the only shots on target he had during the match.
The Egyptian has now scored 23 goals this season with his left foot, while last Saturday he doubled his total with his right to four. The other of his league-leading 28 goals came via his head.