Such is the form of his strike partner this season, Daniel Sturridge's goalscoring exploits have been somewhat overlooked.
The England international has 19 goals in 22 appearances this season, taking his overall record to an impressive 30 goals in 38 games since arriving from Chelsea a little over a year ago.
Meanwhile, Luis Suarez's recent drought of four games without a goal has seen him drop below an average of a goal per game for the first time this season. Still, 23 goals in 25 appearances is nothing to be ashamed of.
The form of the two forwards—ably assisted by Raheem Sterling in recent weeks—is a frightening prospect for any defence.
Between them this season, the duo has 39 Premier League goals (42 in all competitions).
We take a look at where the duo's goalscoring exploits rank alongside Liverpool's greatest strike partnerships?