It鈥檚 getting to the point where you don鈥檛 even need to check any more.
A goal for Liverpool鈥檚 U23s? Well we know who got it, don鈥檛 we?
Harry Wilson鈥檚 brace against Southampton on Monday night rescued an unlikely draw for Mike Garrity鈥檚 side.
It also confirmed what we already knew beforehand; the young Welshman is having one hell of a season.
That鈥檚 27 now for the campaign. Not a bad return for a winger.
There have been goals against Everton, against Chelsea and against Manchester United. Long-range screamers, close-range tap-ins, penalties and impudent backheels.
That captain鈥檚 armband fits nicely, doesn鈥檛 it?
In a way it鈥檚 a surprise that more hasn鈥檛 been made of Wilson鈥檚 exploits. Remember the buzz when the likes of Robbie Fowler, Michael Owen and Neil Mellor were banging them in for the reserves? Dani Pacheco, Suso and Jerome Sinclair were hyped more when achieving less at U21 level.
Wilson鈥檚 form has not gone unnoticed, though. His senior Reds debut arrived at Plymouth in January, and he was called up to the senior Wales squad for last month鈥檚 World Cup qualifier with the Republic of Ireland in Dublin. Jurgen Klopp is a fan, and so is Chris Coleman. Adam Lallana reckons he鈥檚 the most underrated youngster at Anfield.
He鈥檚 already his country鈥檚 youngest ever full international, having made his debut as a 16-year-old back in 2013. Three-and-a-half years on, he鈥檚 found the consistency and mentality to back up his talent.
鈥淚鈥檝e really enjoyed my football this season,?Wilson said earlier this week.
鈥淚鈥檝e taken on board the extra responsibility. I鈥檝e enjoyed it. I just try to embrace it; I try to help the people around me, whether that鈥檚 talking to them or with the performances I put in. I鈥檓 really enjoying it.?/p>
It certainly shows. He鈥檚 scoring consistently, assisting regularly, impressing on a weekly basis. Liverpool have bags of talent emerging from their Academy. Ben Woodburn and Trent Alexander-Arnold are leading the way but there鈥檚 a queue behind them.
And Wilson the goal machine is right amongst it.