James Milner provided another social media gem on Wednesday after he learned that he had broken a Champions League assists record.
And with Milner setting up Roberto Firmino's second goal as he delivered the second-half corner that was headed home by the Brazilian, he put his name in Champions League history.
That set-piece was the former England midfielder's ninth assist of Liverpool's Champions League campaign - and no player has ever managed that many in a single season.
The best previous Champions League assists totals over a full season were achieved by Neymar (eight in 2016-17) and Wayne Rooney (eight in 2013-14).
It would seem the adulation hasn't gone to Milner's head, however, with the 32-year-old posting a hilarious message on social media when learning of the feat.
He wrote on Twitter in response to UEFA confirming the record: "Funny that - I don't like anyone assisting me with the dishes #blotchydryingtekkers"
Milner also left a note of support for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, with it looking like the England international is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after suffering a knee injury that manager Jurgen Klopp described as "really bad".
The former Manchester City man wrote: "It was a good night, but soured by the injury to the Ox, who’s been fantastic. Get fit soon mate."