Another day, another four-goal outing for Luis Suarez.

Just three days after smashing four past Deportivo (and three assists!) in an 8-0 mauling, Barcelona's talisman made a bit of history on Saturday and became the first player ever to score four in back-to-back La Liga games in the Catalans' 6-0 thumping of Sporting Gijon.

Luis Enrique's side never truly got out of third gear in the opening stages, but never needed to, in truth. After Lionel Messi opened the scoring for the hosts 12 minutes in, Suarez went into beast mode, sending Barca joint top of La Liga.

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GOAAAAAAL! @LuisSuarez9 now even with @Cristiano for the Pichichi. #LaLiga #FCBVSPO https://t.co/jHe1xLGed9

— beIN SPORTS USA (@beINSPORTSUSA) April 23, 2016

Ladies and gentlemen, your NEW Pichichi leader, @LuisSuarez9! #LaLiga #FCBvSPO https://t.co/GW6P8lY6oH

— beIN SPORTS USA (@beINSPORTSUSA) April 23, 2016

GOAAAL! @LuisSuarez9 continues his blazing hot form and now has 33 goals in @LaLiga. #FCBvSPO https://t.co/NmCN1Xcf7R

— beIN SPORTS USA (@beINSPORTSUSA) April 23, 2016

Two Games, Eight goals. The @LuisSuarez9 way. #LaLiga #FCBvSPO https://t.co/pxXDu5FMX2

— beIN SPORTS USA (@beINSPORTSUSA) April 23, 2016

ALL TIME RECORD!!!! Luis Suárez is the first player EVER to score four goals in two straight games in La Liga history

— MisterChip (English) (@MisterChiping) April 23, 2016

And with that, the Uruguayan made it 53 in all competitions and eight in two matches for his fourth league hat trick of the season.

With three games remaining and a wide-open title race (who'd have thunk it?), here's how the Pichichi race looks like:

Suarez: 34 goals

Cristiano Ronaldo: 31

Messi: 25

Karim Benzema, Neymar: 23

Antoine Griezmann: 20

Gareth Bale: 18

Buckle up!