The Reds score four goals in a game without Luis Suarez for the first time in 34 games… or 39 weeks… or 273 days.
The last time that Liverpool scored four in any competition was during a 4-0 league hammering of Tottenham on 30 March 2013when Luis Suarez was still at Anfield, which provided the catalyst for a title run-in that came within touching distance of reclaiming the trophy last term.
That was 34 games or 39 weeks or 273 days to the day that the club has taken to recover from the loss of Suarez to the extent that they have dominated a game in the same style they managed on a regular basis last season.
Many would argue that Liverpool have been living under the shadow of Luis Suarez since the Uruguayan left in the summer, but with recent wins there are signs that the gloom has lifted.
Liverpool gaffer, Brendan Rodgers continued his festive revival on Monday evening with a resounding 4-1 victory over former club Swansea to move up to eighth in the Premier League table.
On Monday, the goals came from Alberto Moreno, a brace from Adam Lallana and an own goal from former Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey.
Remember, during the 2013-14 campaign, the free-scoring Reds scored more than four goals in 11 separate league games.