The final Premier League game before the October international break saw Mohamed Salah continue the fine form he's shown throughout 2021/22.
Salah's goal that put the Reds 2-1 up late in the second half was also extraordinary, a solo effort that few players in history could have pulled off in such a big game.
The Egyptian icon's latest masterclass has resulted in football fans debating whether he is actually the best footballer in Europe right now.
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But according to Sky Sports' Power Rankings, the Liverpool man has only been the second-best player in Europe's top five leagues this season.
So how are players' positions on the list actually worked out? Well, the publication state: "The algorithm applies a fixed formula to rank players' form based on starting positions and awards points for 35 matchday statistics - not just goals and assists."
Now that's cleared up, let's check out the top 30 players in Sky Sports' Power Rankings at the time of writing.
30. Andros Townsend (Everton) - 14,326 points
29. Lorenzo Pellegrini (AS Roma) - 14,336 points
28. Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli) - 14,407 points
27. Andrei Girotto (Nantes) - 14,512 points
26. Inigo Martinez (Athletic Bilbao) - 14,665 points
25. Fabian Ruiz (Napoli) - 15,077 points
24. Jonathan Clauss (Lens) - 15,087 points
23. Christopher Nkunku (RB Leipzig) - 15,105 points
22. Gaetan Laborde (Rennes) - 15,209 points
21. Jimmy Cabot (Angers) - 15,553 points
20. Ander Herrera (Paris Saint-Germain) - 15,609 points
19. Idrissa Gana Gueye (Paris Saint-Germain) - 15,758 points
18. Moussa Diaby (Bayer Leverkusen) - 15,761 points
17. Matias Dituro (Celta Vigo) - 15,808 points
16. Michail Antonio (West Ham) - 15,846 points
15. Amine Gouiri (Nice) - 15,889 points
14. Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) - 15,978 points
13. Lucas Paqueta (Lyon) - 15,987 points
12. Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid) - 16,232 points
11. Andy Delort (Nice) - 16,318 points
10. Dimitri Payet (Marseille) - 16,335 points
9. Florian Wirtz (Bayer Leverkusen) - 16,630 points
8. Teji Savanier (Montpellier) - 16,664 points
7. Achraf Hakimi (Paris Saint-Germain) - 16,801 points
6. Mikel Oyarzabal (Real Sociedad) - 17,193 points
5. Edin Dzeko (Inter Milan) - 17,323 points
4. Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain) - 18,781 points
3. Erling Braut Haaland (Borussia Dortmund) - 19,164 points
2. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) - 20,640 points
1. Karim Benzema (Real Madrid) - 22,881 points
Benzema pips Salah to top spot, which is understandable given that the Frenchman has basically carried Real Madrid so far in 2021/22.
There are some seriously big names missing in the top 30, though. Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski is oddly as far back as 43rd in the Power Rankings, despite his impressive start to the campaign.
Messi and Ronaldo don't even make the top 100...