10 goals, Manu Rivière's highest ever return in Ligue 1, better than the 8 goals in 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 with AS St-Etienne, which saw him 15th in the Ligue 1 scoring charts and top Asémiste ahead of Radamel Falcao and James Rodriguez (9 goals).
8 victories, including his triple vs Montpellier, the Martinique striker scored in 8 Ligue 1 matches and AS Monaco won every single one of them, and there were also his goals in the Coupe de France against Chasselay and Lens (taking his tally to 13 goals in all competitions).
Second half, Manu Rivière scored 10 of his 13 goals this season in the second half of matches, and 50% of his goals came in the final 15 minutes.
1,750 minutes playing time in Ligue 1, the second fewest number of minutes in the Top 20 Ligue 1 goal scorer behind Check Diabaté (Bordeaux - 1,688 minutes), and only two minutes separated his playing time home and away (876 minutes at the Stade Louis-II, 874 away).
36 matchs, the number of matches played by Manu Rivière in all competitions. He only played the full 90 minutes on 11 occasions, 50% of his 22 starts, and he came off the bench on 14 occasions).
55 shots in Ligue 1, including 25 on target (45.5%) and 10 goals (18.2%). His performance against Bastia in Week 7 stands out with his five shots and all five on target, including the one that opened the scoring for AS Monaco.
50 matches, since his arrival in 2013, Manu Rivière has played exactly 50 competitive matches with AS Monaco (36 matches in 2013-2014) and netted 17 goals.
32 fouls committed in Ligue 1 that brought him 4 bookings, while he only received 18 free-kicks in his favour.
6 backflips, Manu Rivière celebrated 6 of his 13 goals by flying through the air with a trademark back flip, his signature celebration in Ligue 1.
50 goals, when he scored against OM in the second meeting of the season, Manu Rivière scored the 50th goal of his career (counting his 6 goals in the France U21s), and he has since taken his tally to 52, including 46 scored in club football).