From the Echo on last night's 7-0 win over Maribor
1 - Liverpool are the first team to achieve such a margin of victory away from home in the Champions League. The result was also the biggest victory an English club had recorded away from home in European Cup history, and the biggest win of Jürgen Klopp's two-year as manager.
2 - Liverpool are now the joint-holders of the record victory both home and away in the Champions League. They share their 8-0 home win against Besiktas with Real Madrid who won by the same margin against Malmo in 2015.
3 - Liverpool join Marseille and Shakhtar Donetsk as the three teams to have recorded the biggest away victory in the Champions League. Three of Maribor's last four home games in the Champions League have been draws.
4 - The game was only the fourth time in history that an English side had scored four goals in the first half of a Champions League game.
5 - The three points move Klopp's men on to five points in Group E, top alongside Spartak Moscow who beat Sevilla 5-1. Seven goals - five different scorers.
8 - The two goals for Mohamed Salah moves the £36.9m signing onto eight goals for the campaign , two more than closest teammate Roberto Firmino.
9 - As many as four players shared the honour of the ECHO's highest rated player of the evening , with Salah, Coutinho, Firmino and James Milner all graded favourably with a nine out of 10.
10 - The game was Liverpool's biggest European victory since they hammered Besiktas 8-0 at Anfield nearly 10 years ago back in November 2007.
17 - The result was Liverpool's biggest away win in all competitions for 17 years - an 8-0 drubbing of Stoke in the League Cup in November 2000.
1993 - The last time an English side won by seven or more goals in Europe was Arsenal in the Cup Winners Cup 24 years ago.