Can we just take a minute to let the genius of Mohamed Salah sink in? In fact, this Liverpool team just need to be applauded for thrilling us so much.
Salah scored again to take his tally for the season to 43 goals in all competitions and he is closing in on Ian Rush's fabulous 47-goal campaign in 1983/84.
And Rush wouldn't be surprised if the 25-year-old beat it.
"For someone to score 47 goals would be an amazing feat and he is capable of doing it if we can get a good run in the Champions League – when I scored 47 goals we won the European Cup so it does need that little bit longer," he said in March.
As well as the European Cup, Rush won the First Division and League Cup to help Liverpool to the treble, while also winning the Players' Player of the Year.
This season the club are one game away from reaching a first Champions League final since 2007, and another four goals will see Player of the Year Salah match Rush's club record of 47 in a season. He has at least four games left to achieve the feat and five if Liverpool hold off Roma in the second leg to reach the final.
Ian Rush: 47 goals in 65 games – 0.72 goals per game
Mohamed Salah: 43 goals in 47 games – 0.91 goals per game
Salah's 31 Premier League goals have seen him match Luis Suarez's haul in the 2013/14 season, the most in a Premier League season for Liverpool. The club have three games remaining and Salah seems sure to surpass the Uruguayan. He is only three behind the outright Premier League record of 34, set by Andy Cole and Shearer in 42-game seasons in 1993-94 and 1994-95 respectively.
Salah and team-mate Roberto Firmino are the first Liverpool players to hit double figures in a Champions League campaign – they now have 10 apiece in the competition proper this term and each added one in the play-off second leg against Hoffenheim.
Salah is the first African player to score 30 goals in a Premier League season.
With nine assists, he is only the fifth player with 40 or more goals and assists combined in a Premier League season, following Cole and Shearer in their 34-goal seasons, Thierry Henry for Arsenal in 2002/03 and Suarez in 2013/14. Shearer and Cole's tallies of 47 are the highest ever, with Henry's 44 being the record for a 38-game campaign.
Salah is the first person to be named the Premier League's player of the month three times in one season, scooping the prize in November, February and March.
He has scored in 23 separate Premier League games this season, which is a record.