If you are a football fan this is big news for you. In the past eight different decades, Liverpool has been winning the title which is massive and more than any other club.
The Reds have won eighteen consecutive football league matches between October 2019 and 2020, which in itself is a joint record in tough fights by any club in England. Liverpool’s winning saga has now been written and sung after 30 years.
Crowned as champions of England, Jurgen Klopp and his persistent Reds have made history.
This has been a commendable season and posts making most epic failures, halfheartedly becoming the most heroic runners-up, now after 30 years, they have lifted the crown of champions.
The wait was long and the drama, emotion, deception and to top it all pain which they went through last season made it all big. The way they achieved victory was remarkable looking at their near-miss all the time last season. The mental game of Jurgen Klopp’s side showed why they were called the mentality monsters.
How the Premier League champions made through this season breaking other records in the Premier League victory, let’s have a look.
Liverpool with winning Premier League title after a gap of 30 years breaks all records. Heres is Jurgen Klopp’s team of Reds record.
Liverpool won the premier league leaving Manchester United behind in 2000 – 2001 and Manchester City in 2017 – 2018. There were still seven games left with Manchester United and five with Manchester City in 2017-18. This is considered as a rapid and swift win.
On Wednesday, Jurgen Klopp men made Liverpool record a fantastic 4-0 win over Crystal Palace. This was a 23rd simultaneous victory at Anfield by breaking the Manchester City’s record of 20 wins of 2011-2012.
In February though the scores were leveled between Liverpool and Manchester City’s record of consecutive Premier League victories after winning over West Ham, they could not break the record.
Liverpool had a lead of 22 points over Manchester City in February which is one of the maximum in Premier League history. By five more points, the lead grew later in the same month. When Reds were crowned champions the lead was of 23 points.
Jurgen Klopp’s team had won over Tottenham in January scoring 1-0. This made the team with maximum points in 21st games across five leagues. 61 out of 63 are what Liverpool recorded, but the only spot was a draw against Manchester United.
Mohammed Salah equaled a record of Michael Owen. He scored 20 goals in all competitions in three consecutive seasons.
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