Liverpool's much vaunted attacking trio are proving themselves among the most prolific in Europe.
Mohamed Salah hit the 30-goal barrier last week and backed by Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, they have struck a total of 63 goals so far this season. Only PSG have managed to better them in Europe - thanks to their domination of Ligue 1, reports the Liverpool Echo.
Barcelona duo of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez have contributed 40 goals between them this term, with their next highest goalscorer Paulinho taking them onto 48.
Robert Lewandowski is burdened with much of the goalscoring at Bayern Munich, and his 23 goals have been added to by Arturo Vidal and Thomas Muller who have a further dozen between them to put the Bundesliga champions on 35.
But it is Liverpool who are just behind the Parisians, despite having to deal with the competitiveness of the Premier League week-in, week-out.