This is a brilliant stat which has emerged from last night.
Roberto Firmino and Mo Salah became the first two players in Champions League history to register two goals and two assists apiece in the same match.
Liverpool were 5-0 up against AS Roma before the 70th minute mark, and despite conceding two late on, are still heavy favourites to qualify for the final.
Salah got his brace in the first-half, while Firmino got his in the second.
Both put in monumental performances.
Apparently only 2 players have ever scored 2 and assisted 2 in a Champions League semi-final.
Roberto Firmino v Roma in 2018.
Mohamed Salah v Roma in 2018. pic.twitter.com/wkWLnAuGB2
— Liam Corcoran (@LiamCorcoran28) April 25, 2018
The pair are now on ten Champions League goals for the campaign, which is the joint most any Liverpool player has ever scored in one season of the competition.
Firmino’s ten goals have actually come in his first 11 games, as he’s never played in the tournament before, which is also a new record alongside Adriano!
The fastest two players in history to reach 10 UEFA Champions League goals (11 games).
— Seleção Brasileira (@BrazilStat) April 25, 2018