Senegalese striker, Sadio Mané, reached the milestone of 100 goals in all competitions for Liverpool on Saturday.
Mane reached the milestone with a finish against Crystal Palace at Anfield during their Premier League clash.
Of Mane's 100 Liverpool goals, 10 of them have come against Palace, his most against a single opponent for the Reds.
He has scored in each of his last nine league appearances against Crystal Palace.
According to OptaJoe, the Senegalese becomes the first player in @premierleague history to score in nine straight matches against a single side.
Mane who joined the club from Southampton in the summer of 2016 became the 18th player to hit three figures for goals in Reds history – and the second in the current squad after Mohamed Salah – doing so on his 224th appearance.
Seventy-seven of Mane’s Liverpool strikes have come in the Premier League, with 22 netted during the 2018-19 season earning him the Golden Boot award.
The Senegal international has also bagged 19 times in the Champions League so far, twice in the FA Cup and scored two in the 2019 UEFA Super Cup final.