Liverpool brought up their century at Anfield on Tuesday evening, with their 4-1 win over Stoke City making it a century of Premier League goals under Jurgen Klopp.
Fourteen months after the first league strike under the German, the ex-Borussia Dortmund boss has transformed the Reds into the top scorers in the Premier League.
And they are strong contenders for the their first league title in 27 years after moving back to within six points of leaders Chelsea.
And with the 100-goal mark now reached, here’s the full rundown of the numbers behind the century:
Roberto Firmino is Liverpool’s top Premier League scorer under Klopp with 16 strikes, including one against Stoke
Philippe Coutinho (12) and Adam Lallana (11) are the only other players to reach double figures
Christian Benteke scored Liverpool’s first Premier League goal under Klopp – a header in a 1-1 draw against Southampton on 25th October last year
Twenty different Liverpool players have scored a Premier League goal for the club under Klopp
A quarter of those 20 players are now no longer at the club (Benteke, Ibe, Allen, Skrtel, Toure)
The 100 goals came in 48 matches, at an average of 2.08 a game
Thirty-four of the 100 goals were scored by British players
Two of the 100 goals were own goals, including one from Stoke’s Giannelli Imbula
After his goal against Stoke, Daniel Sturridge now has the same amount of Premier League goals under Klopp as Christian Benteke
Six of James Milner’s nine Premier League goals under Klopp were penalties
So now you know!