Roberto Firmino is the highest scoring Brazilian in Premier League history.
His brace today against Arsenal took him to 42 goals in the English top flight, which sees him overtake Coutinho, his former friend and team-mate.
Arsenal took an early lead at Anfield, against the run of play, but within minutes, Liverpool had responded…
First up, Bobby finished with his trademark no-look, much to the joy of the Kop and the rest of the stadium. Then, within 90 seconds, we’d made it 2-1 thanks to arguably Firmino’s best ever goal in Liverpool red.
He rounded two players and slotted home with his left foot. It really was a thing of beauty.
Not long after, Sadio Mane had made it 3-1, which at the time of writing, it the current score.
The way the match is going however, we’d be surprised if it stayed that way.