Here are the records the Reds broke this season:
Coach Club’s team clinched the title seven rounds before the end, beating Manchester United (2000-2001) and Manchester City (2017-2018), who clinched the title five rounds before the end.
– Liverpool’s 4-0 win over Crystal Palace on Wednesday was the 23rd in a row at home in the league, breaking City’s 20-game winning streak between 2011 and 2012.
Liverpool’s 3-2 win over West Ham United in February was their 18th consecutive victory in the league, equaling City. The team lost the next match at Watford Stadium.
– He won a clean four against Southampton in the first of February to move 22 points away from Manchester City at the top of the ranking, the largest gap in the lead in the history of the English Premier League. The difference reached 25 points after Liverpool’s 1-0 victory over Norwich City later that month.
– By beating out Tottenham Hotspur on January 11, Liverpool set a record number of points in the first 21 European Super League matches (61).
– He won his next six games, reaching 79 points from the first 27 games, before losing 3-0 away from home to Watford in February.
– By beating Tottenham, Liverpool achieved a record number of points in the most number of 38 games in the English Premier League (104), exceeding 102 points achieved by City and Chelsea.
Liverpool beat 18 of 19 league teams before confronting West Ham on January 29. By defeating Westham, Liverpool won for the first time in its 127-year history, beating every team back and forth in one season.
– Egyptian star Mohamed Salah has become the first Liverpool player to score 20 goals in all competitions in three consecutive seasons since Michael Owen between 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2003.
Records Liverpool may be shattered this season:
– Liverpool collected 86 points from 31 games and needs another 15 points to break the record number of points in one season owned by City when he collected 100 points in the 2017-2018 season.
Liverpool needs to win their remaining three matches at Anfield to become the first Premier League team to win their 19 games at home in one season.
– Liverpool also needs three wins at home to ensure a record number of points in the home in one season, which is currently shared by Chelsea (2005-2006), Manchester United (2010-2011), and Manchester City (2011-2012), and each of them won 55 Point.
Liverpool has won 28 games this season and need five more wins to break City’s record 32 wins in one season in the Premier League.
– If Liverpool wins the remaining seven matches, it will end the season with 107 points, breaking Reading’s record in the most points in the history of the English Premier League in all its degrees (106 points in 2005-2006).
– Liverpool has won 12 of 15 games away from home, and they can equal the record Man City record 16 wins away from the 2017-2018 season if he wins his four matches away from home.