LIVERPOOL ace Sadio Mane has reached 100 Premier League goals after netting in Saturday's 5-0 away win at Watford.
The 29-year-old's goal yesterday takes his tally to six for the season across all competitions.
Fellow frontmen Mohamed Salah and Firmino also got in on the act.
Salah – who's negotiating a new contract – scored an exceptional solo goal and registered an assist.
And Firmino scored a hat-trick and picked up an assist to finish off the newly promoted side.
Sadio Mane joins 100 club
Mane's goal yesterday means he'll join an exclusive Premier League club of footballers who have scored 100 or more goals.
Only 31 players – including Mane – have reached the prestigious milestone.
And according to Squawka, none of Mane's 100 Premier League goals have come from the penalty spot.
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Only two other players have managed to reach 100 goals with none of them being penalties.
Former Liverpool striker Emile Heskey scored 110 with no spot-kicks, and Les Ferdinand netted 149.
The Senegal international scored 21 league goals at Southampton before making the £34million switch to the Reds.
Mane's 79 league goals in six seasons in Merseyside helped Liverpool win their first league title in three decades in the 19/20 season.
Three of the best
Mane has also joined team-mate Salah and Chelsea legend Didier Drogba on another important list.
William Hill say Mane is only the third African player in Premier League history to reach the milestone.
Drogba scored 104 goals in 254 appearances during his time in the English top flight.
Salah incredibly scored 104 goals in just 165 appearances.
The Egyptian is the fifth fastest player to break the milestone in Prem history.
England legend Alan Shearer reached it fastest in just 124 games.
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