Mohamed Salah was upstage by his daughter as the Liverpool hero received his Premier League Golden Boot award.
Liverpool secured a Champions League spot after thrashing already-safe Brighton 4-0 at Anfield on the final day of the league season.
Dejan Lovren, Dominic Solanke, Andy Robertson all got on the score-sheet not to mention Salah, who pipped Spurs' Harry Kane to the Premier League Golden Boot.
He scored his 32nd goal to give his side the lead. Kane eventually finished on 30 goals.
After the full-time whistle, Salah re-entered the pitch to collect another individual prize.
But while being presented with the Premier League Golden Boot, someone was stealing his thunder.
Introducing Salah's adorable daughter, Makka.
She was doing her dads best impression by dribbling with the ball, every touch being cheered like 'The Egyptian King' had just scored.
There was even a moment where Salah was hilariously booed by the home faithfuls.
Adding the Premier League Golden Boot to his ever-growing trophy cabinet was a special moment.
"This one is very special to be honest, the golden boot," Salah told Sky Sports via Goal.
"But as I have said before many times, it's always on my mind to help the team win games.
"So now we're in the Champions League next year and I've won the award, so I'm very proud. I'm always trying to improve, I'm improving year after year.
"It's very special to break the record here [at Anfield]. I will do my best to win it next season!"
Salah with his Premier League Golden Boot award. Image: PA
Can Salah repeat his incredible campaign next season?
Well, Geoff Shreeves asked: "Can you do it again next year?"
He brilliantly replied: "I will, I will. Don't worry. I will do my best, I will do my best."
Salah's rewritten the history books including the most goals in a 38-game season.
He's surpassed legendary names in Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez.
What a season, 'Mo'. Take a bow.