That is the view of former Liverpool striker and BT Sport pundit Michael Owen.
The foursome of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino had been in scintillating type of overdue for Jurgen Klopp.
Salah particularly has been a revelation since his summer-move from Serie A facet Roma.
The Egyptian has scored 17 objectives in his first 21 appearances for the membership and is the present main scorer within the Premier League with 12.
However, Owen says the trio of Daniel Sturridge, Raheem Sterling and Luis Suarez was once on a distinct degree.
He does now not consider there’s a participant out of Liverpool’s present 4 who can ranking the quantity of objectives Suarez did in that memorable season below Rodgers.
“I’ll stick my neck on the block,” Owen mentioned.
“I believe that the Sturridge, Sterling and Suarez was once simply off the dimensions. I imply it was once implausible.
“Going to Anfield you actually were given so excited each and every unmarried time, implausible.
“This crew of avid gamers are superb, however you’re now not going to get a participant who’s going to attain 30 objectives on this crew.
“They all feed off each and every different.”
Coutinho scored the hole two objectives for Liverpool of their Champions League conflict towards Spartak Moscow this night to make it 41 objectives between the attacking 4 this season prior to Firmino netted the 42nd.