Mohamed Salah became the first player in Liverpool history to score in nine successive matches with his early strike in Tuesday's Champions League clash with Atletico Madrid.
The Egypt forward guided in a left-footed drive from just outside the box that was initially credited as a James Milner goal due to the shot taking a deflection on its way through.
However, the goal was later awarded to Salah and with that the 29-year-old broke yet another record as he extended his remarkable scoring streak.
Salah's run started with a penalty to help the Reds to a 1-1 draw with Chelsea on August 28 and he followed that up with goals against Leeds United, Milan, Crystal Palace, Brentford, Porto (two), Manchester City and Watford.
That impressive solo goal against Watford on Saturday made Salah the fourth Liverpool player to net in eight straight matches alongside Sam Raybould (1902-03), John Aldridge (1987-88) and Daniel Sturridge (2013-14).
He moved outright first in that list with his goal at Wanda Metropolitano, with that strike also meaning he has scored in each of his last six away games for Liverpool in the Champions League.
Only Sergio Aguero has scored in more successive away matches in the competition for an English club, the now-Barcelona striker finding the net seven games on the spin for Manchester City between 2017 and 2019.